...and felt like a big fat hypocrite.
Seems I need help, too. I figure organizer Peter would be appalled by my accumulation of things/stuff/doodads/whatever and make me throw out 50%.
How long can you claim it's the moving that caused this mess? (At this time I feel urged to remind you: this mess should be preliminary, I have good hopes of finding a space for everything I want to keep. Let's see how long that lasts.)
Now, looking over the stuff I deem neccessary, let me ask you:
How can I throw out anything knit-related? Neither yarn, books nor knitting utensils can be gotten rid of. Touch my sock yarn and you'll regret it!
I am a librarian, I love books. I have gotten rid of many books over the last four years, cherished books of my childhood included. So no more getting rid of book as of now. Any tips?
I don't get it, I moved from a 3 1/2 into a 6 1/2, have one whole room for myself now and am not effing capable of getting this in order. Not to mention the fact that I have under bed storage and can fit it under my bed. I don't even feel ashamed, I just wish I had more space. Can you believe it?
After this first peek into my new "yarn room" (also called "office", "library", "room of her own"), are you sure you want to see more?
Commenting on comments:
Jo: I said it was fun, I never said it was family friendly or cheap, it really is NOT - though I wish it was...cheap, I mean. As requested I won't talk of the "other thing".
K.: The mileage is really great, isn't it? For a while my hubby and I were joking about driving across Canada with our smart, but then we found out we'd had to pay 200% of its asking price in customs if we'd decided to import it then...ludacris!!
Toni and Froggy - glad you like it! (Of course, Froggy has her own cute "Mini" edition - who is spinning, nonetheless!)
Also, thanks to everyone who commented on my posts with pictures from Germany!!