our main reason is because it's been so hard living separately especially when we're working on a home-based business together. unnecessary misunderstandings, inefficient works...ugh, so irritating. and by doing this, we hope things will get much better.
well, actually living together is not a new thing for us, we've done it for years when we were still abroad. we're so used to it and we had the best time in our lives.
but to (finally) be able to do it here in this conservative country is definitely a new thing, because you know..the whole idea about unmarried couple living together under the same roof is kind of taboo here.
although honestly i never cared about that 'rule' even for a bit, but i still do care about what our parents feel. so when they happily gave us permission, we didn't think twice and we quickly set up our tiny space ;)
i can never thank God enough for giving us such open-minded parents who always support anything that can be best for us and bring us happiness <3
sometimes i'm amazed to have cool parents like them among this 'tied-up' society..where people are living by (sometimes ridiculously) strict "rules".
in my younger age, i always strived to live by rules and expectations of people. i aced school years, followed all the rules, rarely made mistakes, but all of that didn't lead me to the happiness i looked for.
until i finally realized that the only happy times i had was the time when i broke the rules. when i felt freedom.
that's when i knew that when you play your game in school, sports or any other games, you can win by following all the rules.
but in the game of life itself, the only way to win/succeed or simply to get the ultimate happiness is by breaking all the rules.
and for me, the most successful//powerful/happiest people are those who can balance both things smartly.
oversized baseball jacket: my boyfriend's.