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Three Tips For A Stress-free Move

Author: Timothy Bibbs

Three tips for a stress-free move

Anyone who has ever moved into a new house or apartment knows how stressful this can be. As you look around your place and see the countless belongings here and there, you will likely think that transferring everything to your new home is an insurmountable task. However, there is no reason to panic as there are a variety of things you can do to make your move less stressful. Consider this list of tips that can be very helpful while planning to move, as well as during the actual move-in day.

1. Make a timeline - In order to avoid stress, you need to plan ahead and make a timeline of tasks. RealSimple.com offers a great moving timeline that helps you start two months before the move, purging and sorting household items and researching moving companies. Give yourself a deadline to have these tasks completed in order to stay on schedule.

2. Practice good packing techniques - You might be so stressed you feel like simply throwing all of your junk into a box and hoping for the best. However, using the right techniques for packing is going to save you a headache in the long run. Pack like items together and don't be afraid to go overboard on the bubble wrap and tissue paper for fragile boxes.

3. Book and hire movers - Enlisting the help of others is likely going to decrease your stress level immensely. Whether you are planning to hire a friend or a professional moving company, book their time well in advance. You may be able to get a better rate from a company if you do this ahead of time and since your friend is doing you such a great favor, you'll want to be as considerate as possible by giving him proper notice.

In Brief

  • Anyone who has ever moved into a new house or apartment knows how stressful this can be.
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