I've moved so many times you'd think I'd be a old pro at it, but they have always been hurried for one reason or another. I've always ended up just throwing things in boxes or bags and carrying it to the next place. Very little or no time for the usual sorting,tossing,and packing. I'm moving to a small studio and the less I take the better. So far I'm going with just going through each room with a box taking what I want and leaving the rest for my X to sort through. Less work for me. He has more time on his hands than I do. I have to be out of here by 7/2. Any helpful tips?
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