[Moving Zeal] My Sorting Table

If only I’d learned this earlier! At a glance, the diagram below seems easy and something that should already have been codified in all organizing techniques, but unfortunately, it’s not immediately apparent. We want to sort out too much and we want to go too fast. Then, we fill surface area after surface area until we’re trapped. Instead, let’s vow to keep a certain space clear for sorting through our “errant projects” or “clutter boxes.”

WANNA READ MY SORTING PROCESS? THIS ISN’T LIKE A DEMAND THAT YOU FOLLOW, MAN, JUST GET INSPIRED WITH THESE SUGGESTIONS. CLICK HERE TO KEEP ON READING!

[Moving Zeal] Everything Must Go!

I didn’t feel like I made a dent even after spending nearly two hours packing. It’s frustrating because while I’ve still got time to get everything moved out, I want to be further along than I am. It’s not like writing an essay, where after a certain point, I can call it done. Let’s explore that sensory overload anxiety so I can figure out how to circumvent that before returning for another round of packing.

WANNA SEE IF WE CAN UNPACK THE REASON FOR THE STRESS THAT INSPIRED THIS ESSAY? CLICK HERE TO KEEP ON READING!