De-cluttering is a Spiritual Practice!

The School of Gypsy Arts

To a certain extent all of us are guilty of clutter…

Maybe you have a junk room (I did until a few days ago!) or a closet that is filled to the brim with stuff…I bet you can’t remember the contents of what is stored in there…each time you de-clutter you find buried treasures!

The energy clutter brings into your space is one of chaos…you aren’t able to find what you are looking for and waste tons and tons of time looking for missing items that are simply lost in the mayhem…yes, the mayhem of clutter!

You know you have clutter when you end up purchasing a replacement for the lost item which you end up find days, weeks, or months later…then you end up with two identical items! Of course, you don’t want to give-away or donate the second  item in case you lose the first one again…at…

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10 Packing and Moving Tips EVERYONE Needs to Know

Mancuso Real Estate San Diego

TIP #1: Have a yard sale or garage sale and get rid of unused or unwanted items.

Tip #2: Label boxes with a different color duct tape for each room in the house This makes the boxes easier to identify.

Tip #3: Pack a clear “First Day Essentials” bin filled with the things you’ll need most as soon as you arrive at your new home. As an example, fill the bin with trash bags, box cutters, scissors, disinfectant wipes, paper towels, toilet paper, paper plates, paper cups, disposable silverware, hand soap and dish soap.

Tip #4: Use large Ziploc bags to keep kitchen and bathroom drawer things together

Tip #5: Pack spices in a large slow cooker or pot to save space. This tip can really be applied towards any large item like baskets, trash cans, etc. Fill up their empty space with smaller items.

Tip #6: If you already…

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Hauling junk for fun and profit.

Owners in Cali received notice from city of Denver to clean up the site. Called us to haul away, felt kinda bad tearing down someones home but had to be done. Nobody was there when we tore it down, so they may have had a bit of a shock when they came “home”.