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It’s time. Time to start getting rid of ‘my stuff’ in earnest. If I’m going to be on the road for an extended period of time I don’t want to have to pay to store everything that currently furnishes my apartment. I also find that to be ridiculous since this stuff has no real significant [...]

It’s time. Time to start getting rid of ‘my stuff’ in earnest. If I’m going to be on the road for an extended period of time I don’t want to have to pay to store everything that currently furnishes my apartment. I also find that to be ridiculous since this stuff has no real significant meaning to me. It’s just stuff to fill a space that I currently inhabit.

I’m looking forward to unburdening myself of these useless possessions. Unfortunately, getting rid of this stuff is easier said than done. I could simply trash or donate most of it but I would also like to collect some travel cash at the same time. Current useless possessions can be converted into useful travel funds. Selling a table for $15 provides enough money for one day of travel.

The doors are open. My stuff is for sale. I doubt anyone reads this at the moment since I think I’ve told a whopping 3-4 people that this blog even exists at the moment. But if you just happen to be reading this, come buy some of my stuff! It’s all for sale and must be gone within the next 3 months.

Filed under: Cubicle Ditcher, Start Traveling

About the Author:

Sam Langley left a comfortable and profitable job with an insurance company in the USA to travel the world. He has been going for years, and has not stopped yet. Keep up with his travels on his blog at Cubicle Ditcher. has written 147 posts on Vagabond Journey. Contact the author.

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  • Kate May 19, 2010, 7:33 pm

    hm… I am willing to purchase: Wooster sweatshirts, bottles of booze, and chia pets. Have any of those?

    Figured you needed someone to test out the comment feature 😉

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  • --- May 20, 2010, 11:14 pm

    My first Comment! Schwing!

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  • Mu July 10, 2010, 5:59 pm

    Woah. The title of that made me think it was about something else.

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