Or is it Eastern? Well in any case, I haven’t made any posts lately (for my huge following of half a dozen readers, maybe). Preparing for the girlfriend to move in, helping my friend move, working on my store, following the primaries and reading. There’s a bit of excitement when you’re moving but it’s important to make sure you prepare for your move so you don’t end up stressing yourself out after the fact—this applies even more so when you’re moving to a different state. Speaking of moving, I’m going to have to say it’s the complete opposite of trying to chill, there are countless things you have to remember to do! The fiasco of preparing and getting organized, packing, renting a truck, finding an amazing friend to help you with all the lifting, etc. I think I’ll hire a mover when I’m ready.
Knowing what to have prepared when you move is critical. If you’re going to be driving to your new destination you want to do your best to avoid any issues along the way—no one wants to get screwed while they’re far away from home. Be sure your car is prepared for a long journey, be sure you have everything you need on you in case you get pulled over—cops don’t seem to like people out of state causing them problems. On that note, it’s always a good idea to keep certain things on you at all times, and make sure you don’t carry other things that may become a problem should you lose them. Remember, being stressed out is the complete opposite of trying to chill, so we must do everything in our power to (sanely) avoid it. With that said, I’m going to leave you with a video of what NOT to do when your chill level goes down and you’re feeling stressed, after the break.
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