25 Thoughts You Have When Moving
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Moving is exciting. Packing isn't. Here is the thought process that occurs during a typical moving experience.

Woohoo we finally got our place.

Oh man. Now I have all of this stuff to pack

It shouldn't be to bad I don't have that much stuff

I wonder how much it would cost to pay someone to do this for me

Lets be real there's no point in looking that up

Where do I even start

Just looking at this makes me want to take a nap

Okay I'll start in one room

I promise that I will have a lot to donate

My donation pile isn't really that big

Well maybe I do need to keep this, you never know when you'll need it

Okay so I really didn't realize I had all of this stuff

Why do I have all of this stuff

I can't pack to much in this box or it will be to heavy

Send help, I have to much stuff

Regretting this decision

So many people have offered to help

I have no way to direct anyone

Lets be honest I can't even direct myself

Send motivation

Where do I actually even donate this stuff

Why do I have all of this stuff

I'm never going to finish


I'll put this off till tomorrow

Then the dialog repeats until you have packed everything. Until a similar dialog occurs when you go to unpack. The process feels never-ending. But you will accomplish it, eventually.

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