How To Survive When Moving Into A New Home When you finally decide to move into a new home, you should know that hiring two men and a truck will definitely be something you need to give some thought to. Not only that, but if you had friends who had to move they might have told you that the intensity of those few days before and after the move can be quite chaotic and stressful. However, with plain old hard work, some great organizational skills and diligent planning, you can easily make it to the other side when moving to your new home.
Take notes and make lists Moving house should begin by giving a good thought to what your move will actually entail. All the logistics need to be planned and considered properly, so you need to make lists and take notes. Even better, you'll need to be aware of when you need to be out of your house. It's best if you can give yourself plenty of time to move, so that the process can be as smooth and as easy as possible.
For instance, think about the things you can do in your new home so that the move can be easier. If any painting or repairs are required, you can easily do them before moving into it. This will save you a lot of time and you won't have to worry about spilling paint on your expensive piano or on your valuable furniture and couch for instance.
Things you'll need
At this point you'll need to get a few open-first boxes and then have them clearly marked. You should not forget to include spoons, bowls, cereal, coffee, medications, kitchen items, toiletries and
any similar items that you may need when moving into a new home. This way, you won't take the full impact of moving into a new place that you're not yet fully familiarized with.
To do\to buy You need to make lists of the things you need to buy and the things you need to do. The lists will then need to be put in a place where they can be easily seen. It's normal to feel a bit out of place for a few days and this feeling will diminish in time, once you'll get more familiarized with your new house.
Rest and eat well Last but not least, you'll need to take your time and rest when you need to. Don't overstress yourself and be sure you eat well, too. Every hour during your move, you should take a 5 to 10 minutes break and don't forget to drink plenty of water. Because your body's working overtime, you need to treat it well.
Published on Nov 27, 2013