More to come!
More to come!
Hello friends! Another awesome weekend for the books over here. It was so chill, and low-key, my fav! Not to mention the weather here in Chicago has been absolutely amazing!
* Friday night we went to the Whole Foods Event, 5 after 5. Not the best food we’ve had there, but it was still a good way to spend an evening
* Saturday morning Logan and I took some engagement pictures. We decided not to pay for them, because we knew we could easily take and edit them ourselves. Kayla (the twin), also snapped some for us *THANKS* I’ll share more of them later! 🙂
* I did some major shopping damage at some resale shops #cantstopwontstop
* Fiance and I had a double date with Twin and her BF. We went to a little pub called Brownstone, SO AMAZING. Turkey burger + sweet potato fries (sounds basic, but it was amazing).
* Sunday was spent walking around our beautiful neighborhood enjoying the crisp autumn air, and a couple of lattes (does it get any better?!)
The boyfriend and I have been together for over 6 years now, WOAH! We’re going on year two of living together, but only a few months into living together sans roomies. When you live with your significant other you learn a lot about them: the good the bad, and the ugly. I wanted to share some little lessons I’ve learned from living with my main squeeze.
You will have really dumb disagreements
Recent arguments include: who fills the britta pitcher up more often, where we should put a picture on our collage wall, and if stevia is better than sweet and low. Remember to compromise, and play fair. One person can’t be the one who makes all the sacrifices. You both gotta win, and you both gotta lose #dealwithit.
Separation of chores comes kind of naturally
I make the bed, he takes out the trash. We have to try to stay away from the whole 1:1 chores ratio because it’s really easy to get into that which can lead to some pissy pants feelings. I just try to remember we’re both trying to take care of our home, and we each have a preference for which tasks to do. And not all chores are created equal.
Boys eat a lot
The boyfriend and I have started buying our groceries together. Holy sh*t can that boy eat! I’m still working on keeping my annoyance at bay when I realize he’s eaten all the deli meat. I guess you should try to remember different people need different amounts of food, and my 6’4″ 195 lbs boyfriends needs more food than me.
You don’t have to worry about one person leaving
This sentence carries a lot of weight. Living together means an even deeper level of commitment (1 year lease, am I right?). It also means you get to do the hang thing every night! Waking up next to your person is awesome, and no one ever has to leave to go back to their place.
Living together is really fun, and really different. But most of all, it’s really great.
Logan (my boyfriend) and I just moved into our first apartment sans roommates! I feel so adult! But since I was an RA in college, and Logan lived in a studio, we are seriously lacking on some home goods. I’m typing this as the painters are moving around me painting our whole apartment white (it’s currently a weird mix of burgundy, blue, and brown from the last tenant).
Our place is pretty massive for a one bedroom (at least to me), so I’d love to fill the space with some shelving units that we can put pictures, plants, and knick knacks in. I’m also dying over this Madrid Etsy print. Since Logan and I taught there for a year, Spain is close to our hearts. That headboard makes my heart happy, and it would make reading before bed so comfy!
What kinds of things are you currently craving?