This right Here! moving is so awful. My experience this past month has been completely traumatizing. I told my husband; lets get boxes at the beginning of this debacle and he opted out. Oh My God. I can’t begin to explain the chaos that ensued after this decision.
So let’s fix this for you.
To make moving easier, you should move room by room. Start with your least important room. You want to start with this one because when transitioning from one place to another, youll have a hard time trying to decide where to sleep if you move your most important room first. For instance, your main bedroom and the kitchen would be one of the last things you move.
Now, you need a plan of action. When you get ready to move, you need to plan what rooms to move first. Since I already told you, you know that your least important rooms should be moved first. Along with your plan, make sure you have something that your miscellaneous belongings can go in i.e boxes, crates, and containers
Do you know where your help cometh from? Now we all know that you can not move an entire house by yourself. When you know that you need to move, you need to know who is going to help you nd when. Don’t wait until the last minute and then be stuck out because you have no one to help you. YOU WILL BE SETTING YOURSELF UP!!!! People have to mentally prepare themselves to do heavy lifting. Now this is if you are not hiring movers. This is only if you have people like family or close friends helping you out because if you hire people, they should be there for whatever you hired them for.
Houston just went through what some will say wasn’t a big deal. Well it may not have been a big deal to those that are use tok snow, ice and single digits temps but it was to Houstonians. Friday we were warned to get ready for a freeze. But our houses truly wasn’t ready. So now we have busted pipes.
This is not the worst. Some had to evacuate thier homes and move in with relatives. Some Houstonians had to be sheltered by organizations or other helps programs. It’s truly a time for people to pull together again and help ine another and if not anything else pray.
Cecily Tyson a Legend, an Icon, pasted away Thursday. We will definitely miss her light. Rest in Love to a beautiful, gifted and powerful Black Queen. She paved the way for black females actresses as well as black women all over the world. And was still acting in her 90’s. You don’t have to know her personally in order to feel the loss of our community.
Sad to report that Tyrese and his wife of 4 years have announce their separation and divorce. The couple married in 2017 and are agreeing to end the marriage. They are mature about by hoping to co-parent as good friends. The love their daughter and are very grateful for the year they have had together.
This is a wonderful mature way to end things when there is not other way to continue. Most people going through this are fighting and humiliating one another.
The media can be harsh as well at a time like this for celebrities. I commend Mr. Gibson for getting ahead of it before critics rip them to shreds. Hats off and our prayers are with you and your family.
Today on My Gospel Soul Radio Mental Health Depression is an illness. It affects the whole body, including the brain. It can change how a person feels emotionally and physically. Treatment Treatment options are often used in combinations. Possible treatments include: Talk therapy Medication Exposure to light (for treatment of SAD)
National Foundation for Depressive Illnesses 1 (800) 248-4344 National Institute of Mental Health 1 (800) 421-4211 National Mental Health Association 1 (800) 969-6642 National Mental Health Screening Project 1 (800) 573-4433