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Anonymous asked: Where do you work? Who are you emplyed by? Awesome office btw
i am self employed with no income LOL
(im looking for a job in vancouver if anyone has any leads).
by office i just mean where i work on editing video stuff ;)
Anonymous asked: what's living in seattle like in terms of rent/housing? I know it's super expensive and a tiny apartment is over 1,000 but what's the best way to go about living there as cheaply as possible? Do you live in a house or apartment/roomates etc? Sorry for all the questions, I'd like to live there in a few years (I'm only 19 now) and would like to get a sense of what it's like.
i dont currently live in seattle but have in the past.
ok, honestly i dont know who you are getting your info from cause althou i am certain there are tiny apartments that are over $1,000 a month i have never ever come across one or know anyone who has ever paid that much, its definitely not the norm.
having lived in sydney and melbourne (which according the huffington post are the 3rd and 5th most expensive cities to live in in the world) my experience of seattle is that it is costly but i wouldnt say super expensive. a biggggg factor to my experience of that thou is that i know alot of people who are living in cheap houses or in houses with extra space that they are letting me stay in, so im very lucky to get the situations ive had. the most i have ever paid on monthly rent in seattle is $350 and the least ive ever paid is $100, the catch being that in seattle i have only ever lived in makeshift rooms in basements of houses where i have had to put blankets up as walls, and i think the smallest amount of housemates ive had is 4 (most being 7?). this is great and im super thankful but i honestly wish i could just afford a better room. i would say a nice room in seattle in a share house is $300-$600 a month, which seems to be affordable for most people i know with jobs .
i grew up in western sydney and always wanted to move to sydney as a child/teen but saw it as impossibly expensive, as a kid i thought only people born rich were allowed to live there and as a teen i thought i would have to have 3 jobs to be able to afford rent (this story is kinda silly cause sydney has gotten so expensive that alot of people probably do need more than one job now). but as i spent more time there i saw people living afford ably in shared houses and eventually moved to surry hills when i was 18 and paid $60 a week to live in a pantry.
the point of that story is that when you are on the outside looking in it can seem more expensive than it really is, like if you are looking at how much seattle downtown rent is vs the outer neighborhoods of seattle or looking at apartments vs houses that arnt on the market. the key to cheap rent is living with a number of other people- ideally in a house that has been rented by the same people for a long time (less likely to have rent increases) in not the most ideal rooms. however if you can get a job and if the only things you need to include in your budget is rent, food, bills than you can probably get an apartment not very far from downtown.
GAVRIEL’S LEG TATTOOS, SURRY HILLS 2013.
Anonymous asked: boys usually stink but i think you're cool
it must be cause i wear lady perfume
my alter ego when i was 21