Now that you have a place you can call home, you’re excited, right? Of course! You should be, you have done a great thing and you deserve all the accolades! It was a journey we know you’d never forget but then again, there’s a journey (literally) that we do not want you to remember for the wrong reasons and that’s the journey to your new home.We know and understand how you feel right now and almost everyone has been/will be there and so, we’re here to help you manage the situation. If you’ve asked “How do I reduce the stress of moving? Or better still, how do I move without any hassle? Then, this is for you. We’ve got just the tips to help you on this journey, just sit back, relax and enjoy.
- Don’t sweat it: We know you’re nervous and it’s quite normal for you to be with all the packing and arranging, the calls and bookings. It’s only normal for all these activities to get you jumpy because you do not want to miss out on any detail or worst still, miss the movers. Irrespective of this, you’ve got to be calm because you can only make proper arrangements when your mind is not cluttered. Breathe and take things one after the other.
- De-clutter externally: Now that you have put your mind to rest, it’s time to de-clutter again. This time, you’re de-cluttering your soon to be ex-house. Let go of the items that you don’t necessarily need but are sentimentally attached to.
- Box the box-able: we know you cannot put your whole life in a box, of course not! But you need to arrange everything, especially documents, medals and daily essentials so as to avoid scattering your belongings in your new home. Put important files, certificates and documents in a box, medals and plaques in another etc.
- Hire Movers: you need people with good knowledge of moving in order to have a stress free moving experience. These people know what to do, how to carry heavy furniture, how to place them and many other things. Hire a mover to help with your journey while you ride in your car with your family.
In conclusion, as the saying goes, it is better safe than sorry and so, ultimately, you need to ensure that you follow these roles so as to avoid some avoidable mistakes.