Australians In Iceland: One Year Update Of Our Icelandic Cabin
The first 1000 people to use this link will get a free trial of Skillshare Premium Membership:
MY ADVANCED SELFIE UNIVERSITY:
GROW YOUR INSTAGRAM LIKE ME:
Ah…it is 12 months since I bought my very first home…in Iceland.
So here is a little update on what changes we’ve made to the home, what it’s like living in Iceland, what it’s like having a home.
It’s a little bit of a longer video today because I really felt like getting detailed about it all, explaining everything.
It’s such an exciting journey to be a first time home owner, especially in Iceland, so I’m basking in the glory of it all.
Being a home owner is for sure challenging at times, there’s so much to be done around the house, there are so many maintenance tasks that constantly pop up and changes that need to be made. We feel very adult.
But it’s very rewarding and we are both eternally grateful.
Owning a home is a dream for so many and especially in one of the most sought after countries in the world, so we do absolutely feel like the luckiest people in the world.
Sincere gratitude to Iceland for letting us live here, my background of being Polish which allows me to live here easily (thanks mum and dad!), Leon for working his tooshie off to secure a rare visa to be able to live here, me for working my tooshie off in business and doing that grind for 10+ years to be able to make this dream come true and all of you, for helping to support this dream. None of it would be possible without you all.
I hope you enjoy.
Lots of love to you all 🙂
Thanks for being here on my journey.