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Next minute - I'm looking at clothes three sizes too small and still wanting to keep it all.
Count Down: Approximately 12 weeks until the move
I haven't actually managed to make a single dent on what's in there, apart from taking out maybe two boxes of clothing that are needing to be donated in the next day or so. I think more things have actually gone into the storage locker rather than out, so that's not a great step for productivity. This time of year isn't great either to try and sell things; I think I'm going to have to accept a loss on some intended re-sell thoughts.
Hoarding is a mental fixation on objects, and it sucks.
People often get very judgy on people who are hoarders. I absolutely agree in the most sense - I'm acutely aware holding onto notebooks from the third grade are literally of no use, buuuuut they might be. One day. At those magazines I've looked at once could absolutely be used in scrapbooking - so they can't go either.
Being overwhelmed with moving isn't something that is a new thing. I cry, literally every time I have to pack up to go somewhere. At least the last move where everything went into storage was sorta okay, because I thought it was coming back out again. As it is not this time, and I'm realistically being restricted to what I can fit on the plane - I'm gonna be honest, I don't know how I'm going to cope.
I've got a small plan of attack for the next few weeks as follows:
- Clear out all the clothes that no longer fit - and donate them to charity
- Work on crockery + cutlery - donate these, too
- Find any tradable games and get a little bit of money back from them at EB
So it's not the best plan of attack, but it's SORT of a plan, and a small plan is better than no plan. (I think.) I'm heading away this weekend, so hopefully, that'll give me a bit of time to consider what is actually important, and what's not. I'm also going to start looking at tackling the random shit in my room - because somehow that's expanded astronomically over the past 18 months and I really don't need 99% of it!
I'm going to try and do more daily updates on how things are going over on my Instagram, so if you want to check up on the progress feel free to follow the moving journey over there. I like doing the daily re-cap on a Tuesday though, so these are going to become a regular feature I think.
How's your week going? Hopefully a little less daunting than mine. Let me know in the comments!