Hello. I have been reveling in the lack of things to do. Unfortunately, that means my house is a complete pig-sty, and I might not get it cleaned up before going off to my training session.
I have taken a couple hikes, and read a couple books (I will need to post a call for more book suggestions soon) and lazed around a lot. Haven't been out exploring the town much, so I still don't know enough about neighborhoods and what's around them to know where I might prefer to live instead of this place.
And that kinda sucks because I just got the notification that I need to sign a new lease on this place soon. Since I pretty much like this place and I like being lazy rather than dealing with packing and moving and it would be more expensive to do month-to-month here, I think I will go ahead and sign up again. What do you think?
I think I need to call a bunch of people and see about catsitting for while I am at the training, but first I will take a nap.
"Since I pretty much like this place and I like being lazy rather than dealing with packing and moving and it would be more expensive to do month-to-month here, I think I will go ahead and sign up again. What do you think?"
The costs of moving are pretty high unless you had found a place you definitely wanted to shift to, so stay and schedule a bit of cleaning/tidy time. (I'm doing the latter this week after meeting two seemingly impossible deadlines in the wake of debilitating illness. Bah!)
Some landlords will let you sign a month-to-month agreement after you've been in your lease for a year. It's worth asking, as it might give you some flexibility in case you find your dream home in the next 12 months.
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