A lot of people use a move as an opportunity to downsize and get rid of excess clutter that they don’t need or use. However, determining which objects to discard can be a difficult process. The purpose of this article is to make this process easier so that your moving experience will be as stress free as possible.
The first step we recommend taking is to separate all of your belongings into multiple piles based upon what you know you want to keep, what you think you want to keep, and what you have no desire to hold on to. Evaluate the items you have in every room, closet, storage space, basement, attic, etc. Leave no object untouched.
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Remember that any items that are important to you that you know you will not have room for in your new home can always be stored in a public storage space. These storage spaces are affordable and can make the transition process a whole lot easier for you.
Items which you have no desire to hold on to should be further categorized based on the condition of the item. Items no longer usable can be trashed or recycled whereas other items can always be donated to a local charity or sold at a garage sale. Also, there are many other ways that you can make money off of old objects. Online commerce sites such as eBay or craigslist provide the perfect opportunity to get some value for unwanted goods.
Saying goodbye to certain items, many of which may contain past memories are never easy. However, it is a process that must be done.
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