Does anyone have tips for speedy packing and moving? Read on.?
I applied for a transfer and it was denied., A delay because I waited for a friend proved good.On the way to a meeting I saw the person I needed to see and talked with him.I got the transfer, thank God.On June 30,2006 during meditation I saw the locale and got three names.Later I got a fourth name.I spoke to the person in charge of housing and was telling her about the experience. She was excited about the two names and overexcited about the third name.It was her own; and I will be renting a house from her.I am packing but it is slow because I am new to moving.Additionally, I have a guest- my 87 yr old aunt who is not used to sitting around.Her life has been active.I described where I am going and she is excited.It is near a beach.I have a lot of books that are job related,photos and unpublished writing that I plan to work on in the new locale.The rental house is furnished so I have 3 weeks to dispose of furniture/ belongings.in 3 rooms and a hallway and pack.Any speed tips? I am moving to a remote island.There is no city or stores nearby and a commercial airplane travels there on Wednesday and Saturday Does that change the packing process?
Asked By: Aoiffe337 - 7/23/2006
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Answered By: jblake80856 - 7/23/2006
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Donate to the Salvation Army or Goodwill whatever you don't want.
Answered By: k b - 7/23/2006
Trashbags and boxes, friends and pizza and beer, and after you've packed everything you want to keep post a walk-through garage sale in your house, give it to the friends that helped move, or Salvation Army and take a tax write-off.
Answered By: mr.mister - 7/23/2006
you could put stuff in milk crakes, they stack really easy. have a big garage sale, what you don't want. if you leave stuff behind leave on the street sidewalk, people will take what you don't want. i done it.
Answered By: weezie - 7/23/2006
What I usually do is identify the stuff that I want to take but won't be needing in the short term - things like old books, photo albums, CD's,seasonal clothes, ornaments etc. Then I pack these things up first, label the boxes and put them in a room that isn't being used... More
Answered By: kimberhill - 7/23/2006
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