I move quite often and there are fundamental problems with moving. First, you have to move it so the more you have, the more you have to move. Second, things get lost a lot. Third, tons get broken. The less I have the less that I have to move, the less that gets lost, and the less that breaks. Side bonus, the less I have to clean 🙂
Also known as a lesson in de-cluttering and cost effectiveness. I have seen too many of my friends upgrade their houses based solely on an increase in junk accumulation. Household junk is very much like being in debt in that both will weigh you down. That’s a hard to justify cost increase when many items will go unused. At the very least, moving the excess accumulation to a storage unit would be a lower cost method. But why give your money away on that option? For what it takes to maintain, secure, and store excess items, a better deal exists: the opportunity to liberate yourself of your more useless possessions. Not only would you free up some cash which could be put to better use, but your house will seem bigger than ever before.
There’s a personal rule which I have adhered to for years. That rule is that if…
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