Today was officially my last day of work! I had a 6 month internship with a state agency, and while I really enjoyed my co-workers and made some great contacts, the job itself just wasn't my cup of tea. Lets just say there was a lot of down time. And someone like me, someone who drinks at least 16oz of coffee a day, someone who fidgets incessantly during even her favorite movie, well someone like me doesn't like down time.
To celebrate, I wore my favorite (though proving difficult to style) skirt.
I'm also the type of person who worries a lot. Usually about money, so the whole "woo hoo not working thing" would normally FREAK ME OUT. And it is, don't get me wrong. But this particular state agency sets up its payroll so that on the first working day of the month, you get paid for the last month. Thus, I get paid tomorrow for all of February. So really, my income for March is steady so I don't need to start freaking out about money until a couple of weeks from now. (And I have a prospect for a new job. A really, really strong prospect.)
no-spend month I had in January? Well, it went super well. I even ended up putting a couple hundred bucks in savings, which I do approximately never.
February? Well, February I went a bit thrift store and coffee shop crazy. March, though, I'm reeling myself back in. Leaving my debit and credit cards at home, making my own coffee, and only buying a few key pieces of clothing that I
For my free time, I just checked out Freedom by Jonathan Franzen because I loved The Corrections and that book received a lot of hullabaloo. Unemployment should be fun! At least for a week or two.
Skirt: Tulle, via Shop Ruche
Shoes: Urban Outfitters
Bare-legs: c/o 75 degrees in central Texas