Do you like to keep on changing your place?

South Korea
June 7, 2008 12:41pm CST
again we are moving to one place to another..i hate to keep on moving..coz its very tiring and keep on adjusting my sorroundings..i really want to stay in one place but my husband want to live in a new apartment..for him its very convient and organised how about you do you love to keep on changing your place?
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7 responses
@sminut13 (1786)
• Singapore
8 Jun 08
like you, i too dislike it. it really is a hassle. we have to clear and keep all our things. empty the house and all and this can get really tiring. it can be stressful.
• South Korea
8 Jun 08
hi smi..yes its very stressfull to move i hate it..thanks
@checapricorn (16049)
• United States
7 Jun 08
I hate moving also considering all the keeping things and arranging them back! But, if the environment is better than the previous one and better location,price etc., I will consider the decision!
• South Korea
8 Jun 08
oh, yes the place is quite good,but it is much expensive than the previous..coz its a new building..thanks
• United States
7 Jun 08
Yeah, I hear ya! Isn't it funny how guys only look at the easy parts of moving and transistion. How much work will your sopuse have to put into rearranging the new place? My spouse loves moving around too. But, once he unloads the truck and puts the furniture in place, he thinks his job is done. Then it's up to me, to get the family back on track, schedule wise and make all the arrangements for living. A guys job is done in less than two days on moving day. Our job continues for months and years, until the next move! Best wishes on the move. Be well. Find happiness and joy in the little things. Take time for something you love today, like a favorite show or manicure and you won't feel so much stress.
• South Korea
8 Jun 08
yes, your right..thanks
• India
7 Jun 08
Success ensues those who are flexible,in a married life we are not alone.We shud live in compromise and abt change its very important for life.I like to live in different places.Eating same meal in lunch invokes the desire to taste sth else.never suppress ur desire due to forthcoming little difficulties.So enjoy the new place.Do u agree with me?
• South Korea
8 Jun 08
yes i do agree..thanks
@ellie333 (21018)
7 Jun 08
I moved five times in a year once, it was horrible. I have been settled in my home in Devon for about two and half years but I plan to be here for the longterm, at least until my son finishes school so I am looking at at least another 12 years yet. I love where I am so I don't see any point in moving. Ellie :D
• South Korea
8 Jun 08
hi ellie..thank you for sharing.
@spalladino (17921)
• United States
7 Jun 08
No, I prefer being settled but my husband's daughter and son-in-law change locations a lot and I worry about what all that moving is doing to their kids. I hate packing and unpacking, figuring out what goes where in a new kitchen, meeting new neighbors and learning my way around a new area. I guess you can say that I'm set in my ways.
• South Korea
8 Jun 08
thank you for responding
@lkbooi (16093)
• Malaysia
11 Jun 08
I don’t like to move from my current house to a new place as I couldn’t move all my lovely veggies, flower plants and my fruit trees as well from my garden to the new house except the ones in the pots. Some plants we need years to plant and cultivate them before they can grow into ideal ones.