Moving away from home can be unnerving, especially if you’re setting out on your own for the first time. Planning ahead, from booking a reputable moving company months in advance of the scheduled move date, to organizing your belongings to make for a more streamlined packing process, can go a long way in ensuring the transition is as seamless and stress-free as possible.
For many, the most difficult component of moving any great distance is the prospect of organizing and consolidating a lifetime’s worth of belongings into a neatly labeled and packaged assortment of boxes for transport. From collecting the right supplies to room-by-room packing tips and tricks, let’s explore a few of the more helpful methods to use when gearing up for this major lifestyle change.
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So you’ve made the decision: You’re moving.
During such an exciting and stressful time in your life, there are so many questions undoubtedly twirling around your head.
When making the big decision to move from New York to Florida, it’s important to plan for your long distance move accordingly. Unlike moving across town, you don’t have the easy option to make multiple trips.
It’s moving day and one of your family members just asked if you’re going to tip the movers.
As one of the most mobile countries in the world, Americans are known for their seemingly constant relocations.
So how many times does the average person move in a lifetime?
Sure, you like to do everything yourself.
You like to be fully in control and you’ve got a knack for getting things done. But you also have a billion things going on in your life, and adding on all of the working parts of a move may seem a little daunting—but sure, you can handle it!
Or maybe not.