Craigslist is sketch, guys, let me tell you.
I’m currently moving from my spacious, furnished, $750/month apartment to a small house a little ways off campus. So far I’ve been lucky– the house is adorably quaint, my roomie is nice enough, and I found a comfy futon for only $85 (mattress and all–YAY GOODWILL!). My current conquest is finding a dresser online (via craigslist) as I’m downsizing from a walk-in closet to a hole in the wall space.
As a college student, I’ve moved 6 times in the last 3 years. This is going to be my lucky number 7, and below you’ll find my stages of moving as told by gif:
Stage 1: Anxiety of finding a house.
Stage 2: Hype after finding a house, ready to be moved into.
Stage 3: Denying and/or ignoring that you have to actually pack in order to move.
Stage 4: Anxiety once you’ve waited to the last minute to pack.
Stage 5: Do it All in One Day
Stage 6: Exhaustion after you’ve some how managed it (however poorly executed).
Stage 7: False pretense of saying you’ll never procrastinate anything, ever, again in your life.
I’ve been blessed with some amazing friends that help me anytime I’m of need, and one of them is Dakota! Check out his blog by clicking here. (He’s also in this class!)
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Love you guys! Thanks for reading and wish me luck!