LIVING IN: When it came to the romantic life, it was packing and not being packed that was the issue, said Fiona O’Sullivan, author of “The Love of Life: The Secrets of Packaging and the Power of the Pack”.
“You don’t pack your life and everything that comes with it,” she said.
“It’s not the most comfortable feeling, but it’s the most satisfying and you have a better quality of life.”
The author of two books about the subject, “Packing: The Art of the Perfect Packet” and “The Secrets of the Best Packet”, said she always knew that she wanted to pack her life with the essentials.
“I thought packing would make it easier,” she added.
“Packing was the answer for me, because it’s a way of life that you don’t want to compromise on.”
Ms O’SULLIVAN said her experience of packing has changed her life.
“Having been in this position, it’s very difficult to find the time to be a good-sized person,” she told the Irish Times.
“My life has been very chaotic.
I’m not quite sure how I’m going to keep it going, but I’m doing my best to try and.”
The writer of the book said she was not the biggest person, but she is also a big fan of the concept.
“Being able to go out and pack, and also having a good space to live, is such a great thing,” she laughed.
“But also it’s something I have to do every day and it’s hard work, it takes a lot of willpower to pack, but you learn to do it.”‘
I want to pack my life’Ms O’tSullivan’s husband, Tom, has been a part of the packing experience for the past four years, and said he had to learn to live with the changes.
“He’s very excited to be packing for me now,” she shared.
“His response when I asked him was ‘I don’t know if you realise this but I want to’.”
I was like ‘well I don’t think I do’.
“Ms O’s husband was also excited about the experience, but the writer of two bestselling books said that it was hard to stay motivated.”
When you’ve got to pack for so long, you don: ‘well what about when you’ve just got a wedding, what about the baby?’
“The thought of packing for two weeks or a month or six months and then having to go through that again is very stressful,” she explained.
“You have to really put in a lot more effort, and I think that’s why I’m so excited to go to the big parties and all those parties.”
A pack of the ‘best packets’She said that while there are some advantages to being able to pack your lifestyle, there are also some disadvantages.
“People who live in their house and have their own house don’t need to pack,” she noted.
“And it’s also very important that you have space for your family and your dog.”
She also said that some people find it hard to live in a space with a pack of their own.
“They’ll just walk up to you and say ‘I have a pack that I want’, and they’ll walk out of there.
It’s a very lonely time.”
Ms Trew says that if you’re looking to pack more, you should look to the past”You know, people who lived in their own homes in the past probably didn’t want their space to be filled with people they didn’t know, and there’s a lot to be gained by having a little bit of space,” she revealed.
“What we really need to look at is, what is the biggest pack we’ve ever been able to put together?
What was the biggest size we’ve got?”
If we’ve been able, with this past few years, to get ourselves a little extra space, it should give us a lot extra confidence.
“That’s the best time to put a lot into it.
We’ve got loads of space to go and relax, and if you think about it, the last time I was packing, it had a pretty big gap in it, so that’s the main reason why I love packing.”
Ms Tara McBride said that she had a pack in her house that had the size of a house, but had been broken in.
“We’ve got a lot in the house, a lot, so it’s like an absolute mess,” she joked.
“The first time I tried it out, I couldn’t see my foot through the front door, so I went in and took out a few bags.”
So I went to my mum’s house and I found that I didn’t need all that space.
“The couple have been getting advice from the Gardaí on packing their house, as well as a local family who is