16/02/2014

Genius Idea!

Stop it! Stop It! Just stop! - I yelled to the voice inside my head. There was no doubt : If it wouldn't stop in a second I'd go insane. I could even picture myself sitting in the middle of the white room in white top with my hands tied in a back. Maybe it is not a bad place. It's quiet there and people are nice and kind. And I really like white color.  Only the thought of the lack of internet connection was stopping me from thinking this place is actually ok. Do they have internet there?.... I caught myself on biting my nails - horrible habit that I should drop many years ago. I shouldn't be so nervous or make such a fuss about it. But in reality it was so much harder than I thought. The worst thing is that my mother told me there will be moments like this. And I thought she was kidding. 

  



,,Spending your own money is so much harder than spending ours" - how many times have I heard this? I don't know but it was enough for sure. It is one of those things that you parents are telling you over and over again yet you won't understand it till you experience it. I could clearly remember the last time I heard this. It was 7 months ago when I was still living with my parents in my home country with no idea about expenses of every day's life.

And here I was in my own apartment trying to buy myself a pair of shoes. I have never thought about it before but when you are buying things online you have to pay for them. Before I would just click buy and chose the 'pay at the delivery' option. Here done. Like magic two days later the shoes would come in a nice box. Okey I was not that stupid. I knew there is need to pay for them, the trick is it wasn't me paying. 

I was looking at the pictures of Nike shoes for at least an hour as I would hope that with my mind powers I would make somebody mail them to me. They wasn't even that expensive but I have got a rent to pay, and there are those cool parties this month, and I really want to save something for London. ,You need them!' I told myself. really did. I knew I would wear them a lot. But something was stooping me. I got attached to this money and i couldn't just give them away... to strangers. 

You know there is a plenty of good things when you are living alone like wearing white, lace top on rainy day without your mum asking you a thousand times if you won't be cold, but buying yourself new things is not one of them. At least for me. 

I looked at those shoes one more time and with a smile I closed the window. ,,You are a genius' I told myself when I was putting them on my birthday wish list. For now it will do.


14 comments:

  1. Love the jacket! Thanks for sharing! Xo, M&K at brewedtogether.com

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  2. hi sweety :-) nice&full inspiration post ;-) now i follow you-hope do the same..
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  3. I love your parka!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    ;)

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    1. thank you so much! x it is so warm i wear it everytime i have a chance to! x

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  5. Wow! Great outfit!
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    Kisses,

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  6. SUPER LOVE THE OUTFIT :)
    love reading your blog, It's very refreshing and genuine and I really appreciate that :)
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  7. Adorable outfit dear! x


    XO Jacquelyn
    www.thestyleworthwhile.com

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  8. Great outfit,I love how the belt looks!

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  9. Incredible style and blog! :)

    I would like to invite you to my blog! I would be so happy if we support each other on GFC, Facebook and maybe Bloglovin!
    I will follow right back and I will like your page on Facebook from my personal account when you do so, just let me know!
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