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Thankfully, the picture above is not of my own house but rather one of my favorite bookstores because books are heavy to move. In chatting with a handful of my blogging pals on Twitter over the last few weeks, I’ve come to the realization that a good number of us will be moving soon. If you’ve read my post sharing tips for moving in your twenties, then you know just how much I love this process (yes, that is sarcasm you’ve detected). As I am also going to be moving soon, I thought I’d write down and share my process for clearing out my
junk stuff with you.
I am 21 years old and have moved 5 times in the last 2 years and am getting ready to move again in a few days. Growing up, we never moved so I guess the universe is having me make up for it now. Amidst all of my packing and unpacking, I have become something of a moving pro. Today, I’ll be sharing my biggest packing tips to hopefully save you a lot of headache (read as: blood, sweat and tears) during your next move.
I hate throwing things away. Not in a hoarder way, but in an anti-waste way. Few things get me riled up quite like throwing away food – I’ll get to that later. It wasn’t until moving to Nashville, where recycling seems to be rare, that I was forced to wrestle with this more seriously. Do I succumb to the throw-out nature that is my new community or do I figure out a way to make it work for me? It took some trial and error but I am happy to say that after living in Nashville for nearly a year, I am making it work for me. Today, I’m sharing what I do to minimize our household waste. That includes food, single-use items and larger things.
Oh hello there, space on the Internet. It’s been a while. As I lay here on my couch at 8:30 pm, I feel called to share what’s on my heart.