I also travel frequently, making it hard to designate time to go through my belongings. I received a phone call a week and a half ago, to take a job out of state. I finally decided enough was enough and was going to grab all of my items (or at least what fit in my car) and reduce them while on the road. If you're wondering, yes, my car is filled high enough just to see traffic behind me. I own a Honda FIT, which gives you an idea of exactly how much crap you can cram in there.
Friday night, I loaded up the car with everything that I practically own, with the exception of my dresses, my personal items bin, and a select few of other bins which include boxes for my camera equipment (in-case I ever decide to upgrade or sell my equipment). I headed toward my next destination. It hasn't been a full week and like I said earlier, receipts are dancing on my floor, backseat, and glovebox.
*FUN FACT: Glove boxes received their name many years ago when automobiles did not include heaters. Gloves were usually worn by wealthy drivers to keep their hands warm and utility reasons. www.ehow.com.
Tonight I'm finally creating, reducing more, and eating healthy. Below you can see the work ahead of me, but I plan on completing this in chunks just like my inbox. As I go, more posts will be written about each accomplishment. I am definitely way over my head right now and these pictures are embarrassing as well as motivating. Enjoy.
*Side note, I don't know how I didn't hit the publish button, but I guess that's what I get for creating posts using my phone. =P
*Right after my hotel stay, I made it to my couchsurfing home and unloaded all of my belongings. I have a problem. An update will be posted of my progress! I've already reduced so much!!