Hey! I am a very bubbly, excitable person who loves to have a chat and throw a board-games night - but I also really value my own space. It is very important to me to be able to have a mutual respect and understanding with flatmates that it's ok to retreat to our own spaces as much as we want, or even sit in common areas without needing to talk/do activities together - just be in each others company. I lived out of home for 3 years, and am well versed in flatmate etiquette, and after living back at home for a year to save money, I have realised my independence is more important to me!
I am studying Psychology, and am about to finish my Undergrad. I am very passionate about mental health services and de-stigmatising mental illness, as well as striving for equality in our world for everyone, regardless of sexual orientation, racial background, religious beliefs etc.
I have two little furry flatmates who will be joining me - Ella (10) and Pippa (1). They are both little dogs, Ella is a Maltese x Shih Tzu and Pippa is a ???
Ella is a simple lady - Feed her, cuddle her, and let her take a nap in the sun and she'll love you. She's super chill 95% of they day, with the exception of when you first arrive home and she'll do a little dance and sing a little song for you.
Pippa is a little pocket rocket. She is a ball of energy and I think she must be solar powered because she rarely needs to stop and recharge. She would happily chase her ball for the entire day if you would comply, buy also loves playing on her own with her other toys, playing with other pets, cuddling up on the couch and begging for food. (But she's very polite about it, I promise)