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Posted 03 September 2012 - 10:48 AM
Normally I just don't care about the state of my house (beyond basic hygiene and being able to sit on chairs, use tables and walk on the floods) - but I've been in one of those antsy "that crappy piece of furniture that's been good enough for the last 5 years needs to be replace NOW" moods for the last few week.
Fortunately I haven't got the time or energy to actually get to any furniture / home decorating stores, but a bit worried about what will happen when I drop to part time work in November. The big kicker of course is that part time work means part time salary
Haven't started on the baby room yet - but have seen so many gorgeous (and likely $$$ ideas) - one of my clients does wall murals - how cool would that be.
Now if only I could translate all this into an urge to vacuum and clean bathrooms!
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