Trying to get things done because I'm moving next week. I guess most of my stuff is packed anyway. I didn't really unpack much when I moved to this dump because I knew I'd be moving again soon. Plus, I don't have drawers or whatever anyway.
So what's on the agenda tomorrow? Do an hour of this transcript. Shower. Shave. Make fajitas. Is that it? Well, take a nap and work out, time permitting. But given that I don't have much to do, I should have the time.
Oh man, and I'm working in Glasgow on Monday. What a relief. I was in a different inbred village every day last week.
I think I'm reaching my work limit. Five days a week is too much. It's just that this job pays so poorly that I feel like I need to do it.
Although...should have three transcripts this month. One is about £250...did another one that's about £80...the one I'm working on now should be...I don't know...another £250, I guess. So £580. Sort of extra money. I mean, if I still do five days week, let's say I make the same £1700 that I did last month, that's £2280...about what I made on an average month in London. But without the high costs of London.
I wonder what the rental prices are like in Ayr. £300 - 400. That's cheap as shit. Not many places but you only need one. These places don't look great, though.
Most people probably own their homes. Let's check out the buying section. It's just that I don't know what my budget should be.
£50,000 for a good number of these places. One or two bedrooms.
£650,000 for a six bed detached house. Get five acres of land. Oh, they give you the mortgage. This place would be £2600/month. If I did these overseas jobs, I might be able to swing that but not at the moment.
So let's go back to one of these cheap places. £245/month for a mortgage. Why am I paying rent? I can get a place for £57,000, put £5700 down, and pay £500/month and pay the place off in 10 years. You can adjust the sliders to how much you want to put down, how long you want the loan to be for, and the interest rate.
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