21 Life Lessons You Learn From Moving

21 Aug

This is my life right now. I am not ashamed to admit I just moved an entire rubbermaid container of notes that I passed in middle school into storage. Why do I have these? Who the hell knows. I have probably moved more junk than I care to acknowledge and my response has been, ” I will sort that out when I get to the new house.”

Thought Catalog

21 Life Lessons You Learn From Moving

1. Your hoarding ways are never more evident than on moving day. The useless junk you refused to get rid of now has to be moved, and your bad habit comes full circle as you sort through all types of nonsense that should’ve been trashed long ago.

2. Even though you have so much stuff from over-saving, you also somehow manage to not own anything useful at all. You’ll be making trips to Target and Wal-Mart as you realize every 15 minutes that you need something new, whether it be a shower curtain, scissors or ketchup.

3. You know how when stuff comes up that needs resolving you say, I’ll cross that bridge when I come to it? Well, moving day you come to it. Past you wasn’t concerned about the flimsy dresser but now present you has to figure out how to transport a large, wobbly set of…

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