The last of the holiday-visiting relatives have left (so sad), the leftovers are eaten (so full), the tree is down (so dropping needles), the new year has arrived (so foggy). So, no more excuses. Time to get serious about the packing, the fixing, the cleaning, and the organizing.
So many decisions: Pods or storage locker? Where should we have our mail sent? Who will manage the cabin rental? What do we need to fix around here before we can put our house on the market? Where can I find a good, cheap, used 21″ women’s mountain bike? How long will it take to figure out our health insurance ? Who can re-uphoster the Airstream cushions? Who wants to buy my old car? What to keep, give away, sell or toss? Where can I get many, many boxes? And what about the cat?
I’m firmly in list mode – just making a list makes me feel like I got something done. We have lists of what we need to do, what we need to buy, what we need to sell, repair, and store. And writing this blog is actually helping me procrastinate just a bit more.