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I am a flawed person. In particular I kinda suck at getting things done under solely my own motivation. Really unless I'm dealing with a looming deadline that closes out options or accountability to another person, I suck at getting shit done. Lately this is a problem for me, particularly since I am moving soon (December 9th). So a totally self indulgent checklist with other people knowing about it to enforce accountability.
Right then things to do.
And that's about all I can think of for now.
edited 9th Dec '11 1:38:26 PM by Alkthash
Figure out what to do with the food at the old place and how to get food at the new place.
Best of luck with moving.
I'm just going to have to buy new food when I get there since I am moving across states. Other than that I guess I'll just try to clean out the fridge and pantry and not buy new stuff.
Re: Food - find a food bank or homeless shelter; most of them are probably running food drives for the holidays anyway, so will be glad to take whatever you've got. Shelters are a better bet for fridge/freezer stuff, but there are some food banks that take them too.
Why are you paying someone to ship your car and fly to your destination? Why not drive there? It's bound to be far cheaper, if somewhat more time-intensive, and you'll get opportunity to sightsee along the way.
Dry stuff and non-perishables like canned goods, flour, noodles, rice, sugar and such can be packed and shipped. If you're allowed to have stuff in the car as it's being shipped, pack the food in boxes and put it in the trunk. It's surprising how expensive restocking completely from scratch can be. Food banks and shelters won't accept opened packages, so your choices are take it along, throw it out, or give it to friends.
Wash dishes, dust off electronics, mend books, do all laundry and fold it before you pack them/sell them off.
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