Nearly everything’s packed. I still have some things in the old place I’m renting, but most everything I own is in storage, except for the essentials and some things I like keeping around me. When I move to my next place, I don’t know how much stuff I’ll hang up, because I don’t know how long I’ll stay there. Days, weeks, months, or years? Fortunately, I’m comfortable without my artistic noise hanging around every wall.
I own some CDs I haven’t heard in over 11 years. As I’m packing up everything to move, I’m not doing a decisively thorough cut of my collections. If that means moving an additional box of CDs I’ll later sell/donate, that’s fine. I’m just doing a preliminary sort at this time. But as I put away this particular box of CDs, the question came to mind: when will I next listen to all of these CDs?
I need to fix the lighting in my lightbox. Within my mental checklist(s), however, this task has such a low priority that even if all the lights fall over the next few months there will be no significant impact to myself or my projects. I’ve put time sinks like photography for “The Story” on-hold for higher priority tasks, including writing daily, Seattle Indies writing, and Keyboard Kommander development, with my highest-priority task being moving “Zeal.”