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A Guide to Stress-Free Moving

Moving can be a stressful time in anyone’s life whether it’s moving from one apartment into another or into a new home. However, it doesn’t have to be a complete disaster if you’re able to stay on top of things. One of the things you need for a successful move is a plan as with anything else you’re trying to do successfully. On that note, here is a guide to stress-free moving that you should consider.

 

  • Get Rid of Things You Don’t Need

In order to make moving a smooth transition, you should start with a good declutter. Get rid of all of the extra items that you haven’t used in a while or didn’t even know existed. You can do so by putting your belongings into piles which include things you will keep and the ones that you’ll throw away. Make sure you aren’t keeping things you don’t need and hoarding because it will only make moving more stressful in the long run. When you come across items that are no longer of use, give them to charity or anyone you know may need it. Selling them online is also another viable option if you want to make money back.

 

  • Use Storage

 

In addition to decluttering, if you hope to move with as little stress as possible, you should make use of storage space. This is especially true if you have more items than you have space for. You can typically find self storage units at affordable rates to put your belongings in. Leaving them there until you’re able to create the space in your new abode could save you from having endless boxes everywhere and reduce your stress levels as well.

 

  • Give Yourself Time

 

If possible, it would be a good idea to give yourself an adequate amount of time before moving. This gives you more than enough planning time, so you aren’t trying to move in a frenzy. However, if it is last minute moving you can still use the little time you have to get organized and plan within the timeframe you’ve got. Nevertheless, if you can, give yourself at least eight weeks to get yourself together.

 

  • Ask For Help

Trying to move on your own can be a stressful ordeal, so don’t be afraid to ask for help. This could be anyone from members to that of a professional moving company. The more hands you have, the better as you can delegate roles and better manage the tasks you have to complete. However, be sure to make arrangements for help ahead of time so that people can clear their schedules and book you in on your chosen days.

 

  • Create a Checklist

No matter how efficient you are, it isn’t likely that you’ll be able to remember everything without some help. For stress free moving, create a checklist that lists the many things that need to be done and when you need to do them by. On your checklist, you can include anything from packing to cleaning and moving.