Yeah that’s exactly what I thought, that being stuck in a cycle of paying rent just because you’re overspending and not able to save for a deposit is not an ideal situation to be in. The influencer market is oversaturated and needless to say brands are always on the lookout for fresher faces, and for influencers who are relatively drama-free and have positive engagement (which is not what can be said for most), so how long is this career even sustainable? Wouldn’t you rather save those coins and pay a down-payment for a home you call home.The last part of your post is so important not to mentiom when rent is more pcm that a mortgage repayments would be.
Everything seems to be aquired with a press discount (wonder how much that is) vouchers, kindly gifted or bought then returned. Things purchased no doubt with a discount are flogged in ebloggers yet we are told as viewers we should be buying this stuff (at full price)
She also sells stuff (like her bed!?) on it instagram when she most likely got it with a hefty press discount, writing something like, costs £800 so reasonable offers only showing a screengrab of the webpage, yes sophie costs that much butbhow much did you pay for it??? No doubt hoping ro scam her viewers telling herself they're still paying less than if they bought it new off the website.
I looked at her Christmas stories and she was encouraging people to get pissed and do online shopping claiming she was engaging in the productive task herself, maybe why the dog for so desperate for the loo that is left the deposit on her rug.
I really get the feeling she has bought a new flat and won't be renting. She must be making a money atm.
Total job snob!
At least the man was out there earning a living. Although clearly neither of them are worried about the environment.
Yeah I didn’t get the whole “oil industry“ thing, it’s a job, if he’s a labourer so what?...