Ever since moving out, I’ve been posed with this question about ten thousand times: how would I know if solo living is for me? My answer is always that it boils down to your own lifestyle habits and preferences.
That being said, solo living is a luxury that not everyone can easily afford. In fact, even if you are able to afford it, you might still contemplate a shared apartment for various reasons.
Here are some factors to consider when making the big decision.
Some of these might be surprising. Some aren’t exactly head-scratchers.
Either way, this post serves as a journal documenting my first few puzzling cat mum moments with Mateo, rather than an informative guide. Soplease, reserve your judgements.
1. Cats can’t eat most human foods.
Anyone more familiar with what dogs can consume might have the impression that the same goes for their feline counterparts. However, there’s an extensive list of foods that are highly cat-unfriendly, and right at the top are onion and garlic – the two ingredients present in essentially all cooking.
Hey! I’m Marie, but some of my friends call me Rie. Thanks for checking out my blog, where I pen down some of my late night thoughts. Yes, I’m thinking about chocolate chip cookies at 4am. Don’t judge.