The Great Purge

Right now, I’m getting ready for a big move across the country. Preparing for this move, has been taking so much of my time. Trying to focus on anything else has been a no go. On top of that, moving during the pandemic has come with many headaches. Yet, some good things have come out of this move. I’m starting to realize that I don’t need so much stuff.

I have been looking at my things and realizing, why did I ever buy so much stuff? Most of it just fill up my closet and storage space. Why was I burdening myself with all of this junk? I’m starting to see why people live in tiny homes to experience the minimalist lifestyle. Even if I find tiny homes to bother me. Trust me, I could write a whole blog about why I’m not a fan of the tiny house movement.

To make the move a little easier, I have been donating a lot of my things. I hope people get better use out of it than I did.

It has been a busy couple of weeks which have taught me how to purge a lot of my things. I now realize that I can live a comfortable lifestyle without my things. Let’s hope I can stick to this new lifestyle.

I did donate my things to Goodwill. Here is a link to their site.



4 responses to “The Great Purge”

  1. Best to you on your move, Christopher!

    1. Thank you very much! I’m really looking forward to the move.

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