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    Lightbulb travel light

    i'm thinking of moving home soon enough,
    i can remember the last time and the time before that, nightmare!

    i much prefer living in an uncluttered space, but it seems living
    just causes one to collect all kinds of semi useful stuff.
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    Yeah find that when moving you come across things you can't even remember having or thought you'd lost. Find that it is a good way to get rid of a lot of clutter though...if you couldn't remember having things or thought they were lost then you don't need them and can get rid of them.

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    welcome to my world babe lol dont think iv lived in the same house more than 12 months ever!! and i also never keep anything lol bring bags of stuff to the charity shop and skip every couple of months such a great feeling not being tied down with all these material possesions good luck with the move xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

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    Quote Originally Posted by ciara View Post
    welcome to my world babe lol dont think iv lived in the same house more than 12 months ever!! and i also never keep anything lol bring bags of stuff to the charity shop and skip every couple of months such a great feeling not being tied down with all these material possesions good luck with the move xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
    that's why you have such a free spirit Ciara. Good way to be. The whole world is so caught up in material possessions. Forget what's important in life. Evey year I do a clean out and if I haven't used something in that year, I get rid of it
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    Moved house once , nearly ended in divorce .NEVER Again .: lol
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    Between two evils, I always pick the one I never tried before.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dr love View Post
    Move house once , nearly ended in divorce .NEVER Again .: lol
    apparently, it's one of the most stressful things.
    there is a link between less clutter and feeling good etc
    it seems a shame to throw some stuff in the bin, i suppose the
    charity shops will be glad of it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by warmcome View Post
    apparently, it's one of the most stressful things.
    there is a link between less clutter and feeling good etc
    it seems a shame to throw some stuff in the bin, i suppose the
    charity shops will be glad of it.
    You can believe the stress you hear WC , I like less is more where's herself throws noting out .
    Seriously it was torture to go through .: doc
    Between two evils, I always pick the one I never tried before.
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    a good clean out is very therapeutic
    Thank you all the ladies I had pleasure of meeting. Forever grateful for the memories

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    Well, before moving to Dublin and shortly becoming an escort, I had a 3 bedroom house where 2 bedrooms were full to the brink with SACS of my stuff. In the 3rd bedroom I was sleeping, so I only had clothes filling the wardrobe, lol.

    Have you ever heard of those girls that have hundreds pairs of shoes and hundreds of each other clothing item made? I was that type of girl. Add to that a lot of books, CDs, DVDs, personal items etc ...

    When I moved, I had to give up most stuff, as I was going into an apartment where I only had an ensuite room.

    In Cork, when I was escorting, I started again to buy stuff. Lots, including furniture and sporting equipment. When I had to move, of course I had to leave behind most things.

    Didn't learn a thing and in my second last apartment in Cork, I bought leather recliners, a desk, shelfs etc .. together with some more clothes.

    Needless to say, after having to move again, I ended up throwing everything bar 2 luggage bags which is all I have at the moment.

    A whole life ... reduced to 2 bags ... yeap ... and I can even manage with just one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Amy Alison View Post
    Well, before moving to Dublin and shortly becoming an escort, I had a 3 bedroom house where 2 bedrooms were full to the brink with SACS of my stuff. In the 3rd bedroom I was sleeping, so I only had clothes filling the wardrobe, lol.

    Have you ever heard of those girls that have hundreds pairs of shoes and hundreds of each other clothing item made? I was that type of girl. Add to that a lot of books, CDs, DVDs, personal items etc ...

    When I moved, I had to give up most stuff, as I was going into an apartment where I only had an ensuite room.

    In Cork, when I was escorting, I started again to buy stuff. Lots, including furniture and sporting equipment. When I had to move, of course I had to leave behind most things.

    Didn't learn a thing and in my second last apartment in Cork, I bought leather recliners, a desk, shelfs etc .. together with some more clothes.

    Needless to say, after having to move again, I ended up throwing everything bar 2 luggage bags which is all I have at the moment.

    A whole life ... reduced to 2 bags ... yeap ... and I can even manage with just one.
    it sounds as you know how to leave stuff behind, Amy
    i find myself thinking about stuff too much, attachment to junk, really.

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