Today I'm taking it all from the boys. I'm embracing their wishes, their dreams, their mindset.
This is a post about luxury. And when I say luxury, I mean all the stereotypes that come with it: expensive cars (and when I say expensive... you'll see), luxurious residences, hidden private paradises etc.
I'm a pretty modest person in general and I've never been especially interested in things that scream I'VEGOTMONEY. However, I did notice recently that I wouldn't mind having a fancy car in the future; actually I thought it would be great if I had a car that doesn't match my personality at all. I never thought I'd wish for something like that. In fact, I think I don't wish for it, I only think it would be interesting (for now).
Call me shallow and superficial - I call myself like that.
Joking aside, of course I don't think I should (or would) work and aim for this kind of lifestyle. I don't know exactly what I want in/from life, but I'm pretty sure this is not it. Of course, I wouldn't mind spending a week/month living like this, but I'm well aware that's probably not going to happen. Ever. And I'm more than fine with that.
So when I see people from my environment pretending to live this dreamy lifestyle in such a poor and not so well led country, I get slightly confused (followed by a small eye roll). That's when I only become more sure that I don't want it, at least not here and now.
Buuut, everybody's gotta dream, moi included. I'm in love with the minimal aesthetics of these houses, they look so simple yet so chic (can I say chic for a house?). And that's the only thing I'll be aiming to: being simple and chic.
I hope you enjoyed the post.
Let me know what you think!