How to move without going insane?
Moving to a new house can be as exciting as it can be nerve-wracking. You’re changing your entire environment. Things will get chaotic and mildly unsettling. It is easy to lose control of the situation if you don’t know what you’re doing, and the stress can give you a big headache. But there are ways to make the process a bit easier. All you must do is…
Gather all your moving supplies ASAP. The importance of having all the moving supplies you need ahead of time cannot be overstated. You will need a lot of moving supplies, and you should be prepared to spend money on them. There are ways to do it more cheaply, however, such as by using the internet and social media to find groups that will give them away for free. Still, if you’re moving with our company, remember that you have access to high-quality products at incredible prices. Whatever way you use to get all your boxes, tape, markers, bubble wrap, etc., it’s important that you gather all those materials in good time. The last thing you want is to suddenly find out you don’t have anything to wrap your lamp in, right as your moving van is about to leave with all your stuff.
After all,… organisation is everything, Keeping things properly organised will help you keep your sanity intact. You’d be surprised how much more effortless everything is when you have a proper plan of action prepared ahead of time. Make sure to use labels to keep track of what’s in each box, and you’ll avoid a lot of frustration and confusion that is guaranteed to make your move that much more terrible. Go crazy with various kinds of coloured markers and look up apps that will help you organise and you’ll thank yourself for it later!
Once you have every part of your move planned, it’s… Packing time! The sooner you start packing, the better. It is impossible to overestimate the time it will take for you to pack, so start doing it as soon as you feel your organisational plan is done. Make sure to consciously put everything into each box, so that they’re filled completely and so that you’ll remember where you put which object. Keep that in mind, and you should be able to get through this without incident!