Exciting news!! I'm moving into my new apartment this weekend!! I am very excited to be living on my own again (love you Mom & Dad). But with this excitement, I've come across a few #bookwormproblems.

Packing Books Suck!

First off, I thought I could donate a few books, but of course, while I'm trying to choose, I mentally created a new list of books I want to reread. I did manage to donate a few though... mostly books I own multiple copies of.

Books overall are easy to pack into boxes. They're nicely shaped, and can be stacked easily. Almost like a fun game of Tetris. But, if you pack the box all the way.... it's a heavy box. 

And this brings me to...
I have to carry these heavy boxes UPSTAIRS!

I currently live in a one story house. But when I move this weekend, I'll be living on the second floor of my apartment building. Which means stairs.

And HEAVY boxes full of BOOKS to carry up those stairs? Ugh!

Of course, my least favorite problem...

I am in book jail.

Not because I packed all my books (I have a nook I haven't packed yet), but because if I start a book, I'll be useless when packing, moving, and unpacking. 

I finished an amazing book last week. It's part of a three part series, and I can't read the other two books yet.

  • If I get the next books, I won't want to put them down.
  • If I don't put the book down, I won't finish packing.
  • If I don't put the book down, I'll have trouble driving to my new apartment (jokes! never read and drive!).
  • If I don't put the book down, I'll have trouble carrying boxes (of books!) upstairs.
  • If I don't put the book down, it will be impossible to unpack.
So basically, if I get the next books, I'll never move into my new apartment.

Hence: book jail.

One I get out of book jail, I'll begin my next book, and my next review. So until then, enjoy my #bookwormproblems.

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