[Downsizing Zeal] No Mickey Mousing

If there’s anything I’ve learned over the course of my continued spine health, it’s how “work” can be done from more than one perspective. For my plans to move out of the apartment-mansion, not all of the work needs to be done from purely a physical perspective. This past week, and today especially, I have not felt well enough to do any movement. No trips to get groceries with a handful of donations today, anyways.

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[Downsizing Zeal] Freedom: Not Deadheading

My moving-out pace, to attain freedom from high rent is slow, but, I’ve kept some things in mind to keep the pace going. Whenever possible, I’m trying to fill recyclable bags with recycling [topped with a garbage bag] the night before going anywhere, so I can trash the trash and recycle my recycling – and the bag if it gets thrashed. Another is frequently bringing down bags to donate. With few exceptions, then, I don’t deadhead.

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