061/365 rearranging around the house on Flickr.
it started with hubby wanted to rearrange his room to make it a more streaming room.
So he took out his two bookshelves out, kicked out the futton to be donated, rearranged his desks.
Then he said to me your bookshelf is wobbling and I’m seeing a U curve on your bookshelf. My bookshelf is about 10 years old and not very sturdy but it’s holding too many books and things.
So he gave up one of his bookshelf to me and the other to the bedroom. It’s an all day of rearranging the books and selecting things to be thrown out and donate.
He also gave one of his monitor for me as a second monitor but I got him a new gaming monitor.
The lesson of all this rearranging is… I think it’s good to have changes. Looking at your old things to review what to be donated and thrown out makes me feel lighter. House is bit more organized and I don’t feel so stuffed up.
Also looking at your old things keeps you in check. Like I was looking at stuff that I couldn’t find before, then I found it. I was looking at my old school notes, I got good grades. Or old letters. Nice memories to bounce back into nostalgia.
Also looking at your old things tells me to be disciplined as what I bring into the house. Like to keep in check as how many crap I do own and realize I didn’t need it.
I’m grateful that hubby was there to help me organize the house.