Moving Tips & Checklists
Update Your Contacts and Address Book:
Ensure that all information on your friends, educational institutions, doctors, work is completely up-to-date so, when the need arises, you won’t need to scramble to locate this information.
Plan a Time for the Move to Take Place:
Don’t overlook the need to schedule time off of work should you need to. Allow enough time and days whenever possible.
Hire Any Help As you possibly can:
There is a lot to accomplish on the day of moving which can result in stress and anxiety. Think about lowering the stress by hiring someone else to do things such as the yard work, trash hauling or even cleaning your house. Hire a sitter to look after your children so you're able to pack in quiet without interruption.
List Exactly what Needs To Be Completed Upon Arrival:
Have a list of what will need to be accomplished in order to make the new property livable or workable on arrival. Utilities, Painters, Carpet cleaning, etc.
Dispose Of any Unnecessary Items:
Have a look around in your closets, cellar, attic, bookshelves and storage. Any items that have been collecting dust for a long time and does not possess monetary or sentimental value, needs to be thrown out. You may consider having a yard sale or donating the item. Doing this is a great method to raise some extra money going to a good cause.
“Load Last” Containers:
The last container loaded to the truck will probably be one of the first boxes to be taken to your new property. Set aside these particular items which you will require as soon as you start unpacking and place all of them in the “Load Last” box.
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