Update on my move to Cape Town

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Time is flying by and I can’t believe that it is the first of December already, the last month of 2020!

These last few weeks have been incredibly busy and my sister and I decided that we wanted to create a ton of new memories especially with the thought of me actually living in a different city. So it hasn’t left me much time to do preps, edit vlogs or even write any blog posts or update my social media as often as I would like to.

We have been doing something amazing every weekend for the last couple of weeks and I am now busy editing some vlogs and I can’t wait to share them. But with all the activities I’ve pretty much put a hold on Cape Town preps. A few uncertainties have come up recently and we’ve decided to fly to down for a week to make sure the move is actually going to happen. I’ve received my first few approvals from HR at work and have been given the go-ahead from Duke’s doctor and also my moms’ doctors.

I’ve stared packing out a few things in my closets to let go of and seeing how much more I may let go of. I have also been trying my very best to get my Merch sorted before leaving, but my seamstress has not been the greatest, especially when it comes to time.

They say with everything that this year brought to the economy, investing in property is surprisingly great now, which is ultimately what I want in the long run, but not in a position to do so now. I kinda need to be a roomie for a while to find my feet. But it is also not the easiest thing to do.

I trust in timing, there is always the right time to do anything and for things to happen. I have prepared myself, mentally, that if this move is not in the right time, that I will be patient a little longer and wait for the timing to be perfect. It’s been an incredible experience and a learning time for me over the last few weeks and also just realizing how much STUFF I have and need to minimize my belongings.

So I’ve very slowly been sorting through everything. We don’t always think that we are sentimental about certain things, until we need to throw it out or give it away. But it has been a healthy experience to me thus far.

I have been looking forward to watching sunsets on the beach before this year is over… and having my mom and Duke right there with me, but I fear that may not be possible just yet. I may, however, enjoy a sunset with my mom over there, very soon!

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