June 9, 2015 at 7:03 am Lisa Ross 0 Tips & Tricks
Moving out of your home and of your neighborhood can be really stressful, however, it can also represent a new start for you and your family. So, in order to make this day as least hectic as possible, there are some tips and tricks you could use in your own advantage. So let’s get into the matter more deeply and see how you can prepare. Hint: organize and plan ahead! Here’s the checklist to take into consideration.
Moving checklist: How to make it as painless as possible!
- Not everything in one single day!
If possible, try to move your belongings during several days and not overcrowd everything in one day; thus you’ll diminish the chances to feel exhausted and really get to enjoy this new stage of your life!
- Change your correspondence address
Take care of this essential step and change your postal address with at least three weeks in advance to make sure you avoid identity theft! It’s imperative not to leave everything on the last day!
- Avoid Mondays and Fridays
If it’s possible, try to avoid moving on Mondays or Fridays, they are said to be the busiest days of the week, both in what concerns the traffic and the moving companies. When packing, don’t forget about labeling, it will help you a lot later on!
- Use To-Do lists
When the moving day comes, there are high chances you’ll get disorganized and overwhelmed by this entire process, therefore you need at all costs to stay organized so that things won’t get out of your control. If you are one of those who usually don’t work with lists, well, maybe now it’s the perfect time to start enjoying these benefits!
- Handle the rental reservations
As soon as you know your moving day you should start making reservations for a truck, a moving company or any other equipment you might need! Think about it – you don’t want to stumble upon this all too common problem of not finding what you need when you need it!
- Organize everything in advance
When we talk about a moving checklist, there are a million things to do. So, you need to start gathering packing materials, making lists and cleaning the property. Hint – you need to clean your future house and your current one too. So, start early! Specialists state that, one week in advance, you have to organize everything and get them packed without the daily essentials! So are you ready?
- Get your kids involved
The safest way to have a move together with your children is making them part of the move, so create a moving checklist for them too. Give them a ‘special box’ and ask to put there the things they’ll be needing when arriving at their new house. This way, you’ll get your kids involved in the process too, but most importantly occupied… A move while having small children is always a challenge!
All in all, the moving day is always an exciting chapter in everyone’s lives! So, try to enjoy the process from the early start and double-check your valuables and essentials! The more you get involved in the process, the better the odds everything will go on smoothly, so having a moving checklist is imperative to get a general overview over the process! Although in the beginning you may think this will be something extremely time-consuming and difficult, you can get to the point of actually enjoying everything!
A former head writer for some of the most successful online magazines, Lisa Ross is the official writer at Tour Wizard. Widely regarded as one of the most prolific authors in today’s online world, Lisa came as a surprise for her audience often providing controversial points of view. She is considered one of the preeminent writers on real estate topics, and also the fount of creativity and innovation for editors worldwide.
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