8/31/20

3 Ways to Prepare for a Move


By on 8/31/2020 01:55:00 PM

If you’re planning a move, you may begin to feel overwhelmed. This is completely normal. After all, a move is a major life event. No matter if you have a lot of belongings or practice minimalism, there is still a lot that you have to do to be ready for the move. To help ease the stress, there are a few tips that you can follow.

Create a Timeline

If you are organized from the start, you can eliminate a lot of the stress involved with the move. It’s true that moving is one of the most stressful events but there are things that you can do to make it easier. Don’t wait until the week before your move to panic over all of the items you still have to pack or all of the things that you still have to do. Provide yourself with a lengthy timeline. Your timeline should include when you’ll purchase moving supplies like tape, moving carts and used moving boxes St Louis movers can vouch for. Timelines can keep you on schedule.

Label Your Belongings

When you’re packing, it can be easy to forget to label everything. A lot of people start off strong, labeling everything and then as the day progresses they may begin to label less. It might feel like a lot of work, but you will have less work to do later if you have everything labelled. You are giving yourself less work in the future. On your boxes, label the room, the type of items and if you need to, you can even list every individual item in the box.

Create a First Night Box

The first night box will alleviate a lot of the first night stress as you move into your new home. When you pack the first night box, these should be items that you are going to need on the first night or for the first few days in your new place. For instance, you may want to have enough items to prepare small meals, to clean and the essentials such as your clothes, toiletries and other items.

Given how stressful moving can be, it make sense to try to make the process as easy as possible. Organization can make the difference between a stressful move and a calmer move. While most moves will have some amount of stress, you don’t have to feel overwhelmed or panicked. 


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Angela is a freelance travel writer and lifestyle blogger, blessed with 3 beautiful daughters, 5 moody cats, 1 spoiled dog, and 1 very supportive husband.

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