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If you can get in the brave mindset of ditching your junk, you will not BELIEVE how much space you can create and how much you'll pare down your belongings. A big part of the what-stays-what-goes game is picking your battles.
Clothes that don't fit, have holes in them or you never find an occasion to wear it? Weird arrowhead collection you thought you might get into but never ended up finishing? This will also make for less disagreements when you move in, as you'll know for sure everything you're taking with you is necessary and not up for discussion.
As much as I hate to admit it, my apartment is also my boyfriend's apartment.
That means I can't get away with leaving the toilet paper sitting on top of the roll because it annoys him, just like he can't get away with leaving his half-empty coffee mugs around because it annoys me.
After two years, we're getting pretty close to being ideal roommates, but man, were there some bumps along the way.
If I could do the big move all over again, there is a lot I would have handled differently, and damn it if I can't use my writer powers for good and to help others steer clear of catastrophe.
So any time you miss having your own space, and you want to rip your partner's head off, remind yourself why you wanted to live with them in the first place.
Then, drink some wine and either let it go — or hash it out until you get what you want (but you didn't hear that tip from me).Big plot twist: It was WAY easier to see what arrangement made the most sense after physically looking at it instead of causing a big to-do over how we imagined it would look in our brains.Unless you're a professional designer, the average person needs to physically hang up a painting before they can imagine what it looks like on a wall.Egyptian cleric says men can marry their own datings if they are born out of wedlock BBC refuses to investigate Chris Evans 'sex bullying' claims: You're not alone in your singleness.Bikini-clad Baywatch star struggles to straddle an inflatable swan in hilarious clip Both living and working for longer were also likely factors in more people opting to go their separate ways.When organizing your apartment, think about the flow of one another's days and prioritize what areas and things you will be using the most.If one of you goes to work before the other, maybe it's important that your respective dressers are on the same side of the bed that you normally sleep on to ensure minimal disturbance while your partner snoozes.Or if someone works from home late at night, make sure their desk and computer stay OUTSIDE of the bedroom.Similarly, if you know you wash and dry your hair every single day, ask for a space where you can keep your blowdryer out and accessible, and see if he can move his collection of colognes he never wears to a bin beneath the sink (not speaking from experience or anything).So take the time to test everything out before committing to something that doesn't work.(Not that this matters, but my furniture arrangement ended up winning. )Before you even make the move, I IMPLORE you to go through your own belongings.If you find something you haven't used in years that you're keeping it "just in case you need it one day," toss it. That being said, if something you don't see as necessary holds sentimental value to your partner, cut your losses and let them keep it.