The answer is, not too well. Or, not as well as I wanted it to? We weren’t well for some of the month and that just leads to spending more on convenience foods.
So, we have the categories as follows:
bills – electric, water, gas, mobiles and internet ¥50,000
–> Actually spent: ¥28,363
–> Actually spent: ¥34,903 (this is the one!!)
eating out/leisure ¥40,000
–> Actually spent: ¥26,864 (we did all right, still a lot of money if you consider it. I’d ideally like it around the ¥20,000 mark)
–> Actually spent: ¥50,000 (he ...
Everything seems to be going so fast this year. I feel like I hardly had a November.
warning: If you don’t like parks, I wouldn’t bother reading on.
I had a good November despite it going by in a whirl. I have been spending a lot of time in nature which I recommend you to do if you are feeling stressed, unbalanced, unhappy, etc. Just go and spend some time outside, it’ll be worth it.
Birthday park and other parks and nature.
We went to Turtle Park which was on my november wishlist.
I got some mikan ...
I feel like I have a lot of clothes, so I listed them all out and it turns out I have 39 or 47 if you include coats and scarves.
I have decided to keep a track of what I wear for the next month to see if I need all of my clothes and really to see what I actually wear. I have seen/heard a variety of versions of this but for me, keeping track using a list I’ve made seems the easiest.
why do i want to do it?
I feel like I have some clothes that ...
I’m a bit late to the party on this one but I’ll keep it short.
I went to Sumi-Bio with my friend for lunch – don’t let the name put you off (sounds like the sort of place they might do experiments on you). They cater for vegans, vegetarians, meat-eaters, everyone (maybe)! It was really nice – I had a mixed veg set/BIO野菜(ビオやさい) 5種盛り.
Then we went to Tully’s and my friend had not a clue what I was on about when I said ‘Tully’s’ in my English accent. タリーズ in Japanese, obviously. We had a similar problem ...
We went to Hagi back in October for a Buddhist ceremony for my husband’s grandma. We were there for three days and unfortunately we got hit by a typhoon. Here are some photos from before said typhoon got us. We went to the beach and it was still really warm so we had kakigori. The green was melon and the white-orange was natsumikan which Hagi is famous for – it’s everywhere.
We then went to La Ceiba for dinner which I throughly recommend. It’s the second time I’ve been. The first time I was eating meat but this time I ...