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Below is a great article to help with preparing for your Removals in Bolton
Throwing out: the whys and wherefores
Removing all your possessions to another venue is an excellent opportunity for a radical clearout before ringing for any Bolton removal quotes. What better occasion for sorting through the things that you have accumulated through the years when day-to-day it is easier to just deal with the stuff to hand? When forced to access the very depths of your collection of possessions, which is at the least ‘shelved’ and the best out of date and cancelled, you are able to make decisions that eluded you previously. Whether it is a desk or a wardrobe, if you haven’t accessed the contents recently – think six months or more – then the chances are that you don’t need it.
Many people have a regular clearout but most don’t. Some would assume that if an item hasn’t been used for a period of time then it is not needed, others would store in case of use in the future, and yet others will just push things aside and move on to something else. Piles of useless possessions can distract and distort from proper concentration. Bolton Moving is a proper opportunity to force the issue, i.e. to sort, to throw out, and to set in order anything that remains. You can extend this philosophy to toys, books, clothes, kitchen utensils, stationery – anything that collects in piles and is easy to turn a blind eye to. And remember as well to go through cupboards, bags, boxes – anything which can conceal items! – to make sure that you do the most thorough job possible.
And then, be extreme. If something is not being used, is not relevant to the present situation, and is not irreplaceable memorabilia, then you probably don’t need it.
You could even have two ‘throw-out’ categories:
1. The ‘absolutely will never, never, under any circumstances ever have a need for this again’.
2. ‘might, just might, one day, look for this again because there is a chance it may become relevant’.
Sort your belongings into two camps and always remember that if you allocate to the first category and change your mind it will probably be too late. If you struggle to make decisions about what to clear out, you could even use your categories as a sorting system. Put them in ‘possibly might be needed’ pile and wait a couple of days.
In your mind you will quickly decide if you if you have made the correct decision. It will play on your mind if you feel you may later come to regret it. Another solution often employed by the determined is to have a place set aside for belongings that you really don’t know whether you will need again. This could be a box in the roof or the bottom of the wardrobe. If after six months you haven’t needed or wanted the item – then it’s time to say goodbye.
Throwing out old and unused stuff is extremely cathartic. Decluttering your physical world can work wonders on your brain and functioning potential. In the same way that it is difficult to force that extra pair of shoes into a full box, you will be able to apply yourself to projects with renewed vigour and assimilate information more effectively. There will be more space for storage and you will work be able to prioritise with more clarity.
I hope you have found this article helpful in preparing for a Bolton home removal quote