I'm working extremely hard, physically. I am shifting boxes and furniture in my storage unit, but because I don't have any free space in there, and I can't leave anything outside unattended, it's a matter of "unload, shift, reload" each time I go over there. Yesterday and today I did a "morning shift" and an "evening shift" - and so far I've got all the book-boxes in one place, now, and the refrigerator and some throw-away furniture in the back (I'm going to have the container pickup on Friday, 8/10 and the trash pickup on Saturday, 8/11, so I want all the "throw away" things at the back). There is no dumpster on site at the storage, so I can't go along slowly reducing the amount of stuff - I just have to keep shifting. My next step is to try to get the futon sofa, which is at the back, up to the front, because it's a nice piece of furniture in good condition, which I want to ship. I also have a number of boxes in very bad shape - 11 years sitting at the bottom of the pile squashed a few into implausible geometries. So I need to do a bit of repacking on about 5% of the materials. But overall, I did a pretty good job organizing 11 years ago, keeping in mind I intended to move into a new apartment after only 2 years in storage, rather than what ended up actually happening.
I'll just keep working at it.
[daily log: walking, 2km; shifting boxes, alot]