Guest Post — Planning A Move?

Planning A Move- 5 Tips To Make This Move Stress Free

5 Tips To Make This Move Stress Free

Moving can be a stressful experience for everyone involved. There are a few strategies, however, that can make transitioning to a new home as worry free as possible.

  1. Storage

Whether you are moving to a larger or smaller home, chances are you aren’t going to want to take everything with you. With this in mind, it isn’t a bad idea to rent a storage unit says the moving experts from Las Vegas, NV. Storage units make it easy to put things away that you would like to keep, but just don’t want in your new house or apartment. They are also inexpensive and spacious, allowing one to store any objects of any sizes for an affordable price.

  1. Boxes

One can not stress enough the importance of having plenty of boxes during your move. Strong cardboard boxes can be obtained from local retailers and supply companies. Simply call ahead and ask if they have any to spare: Chances are you can get them for free, as you are saving the store the cost of disposal.

For large, bulky items such as bedding and clothing, look for furniture boxes. These are large and sturdy, and one of them can likely hold much of your wardrobe or linens. Smaller items and valuables can be packaged in waterproof plastic tubs for safekeeping. The tubs can be reused as storage space in your new home.

  1. Label Everything

You have all your boxes, all of your unneeded items are stored away, and you are ready to start packing. Great; now grab a marker. Make sure that every box has a specific purpose: Don’t pack the fine china and silverware in the same box as your office supplies. Label each box with its final destination, such as “kitchen”, “den”, or “living room”. Whether you are using movers or your own elbow grease, this step will save a ton of hassle in the long run.

In addition to these destination labels, make sure you mark the boxes that contain fragile or valuable items. It’s easy to set a box down a little too hard if you aren’t thinking about it, and this will help you remain cautious when you need to be.

Moving into a new home can be a lot of work and stress, but if you are proactive, keep all of your items carefully labeled, and pack carefully, you can make your move as pain free as possible.

Brionna Kennedy guest posterBrionna Kennedy is native to the Pacific Northwest, growing up in Washington, then moving down to Oregon for college. She enjoys writing on fashion and business, but any subject will do, she loves to learn about new topics. When she isn’t writing, she lives for the outdoors. Oregon has been the perfect setting to indulge her love of kayaking, rock climbing, and hiking.

 

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2 thoughts on “Guest Post — Planning A Move?

  1. I think packing is most stressful & long procedure to every movers. So its always helpful if movers have a checklist for it. Checklists not only organise you but it also helps you to decrease your moving stress. Then, packing boxes is another issue while moving. Use used boxes to pack the items or take it from the grocery & any other shops.

  2. Plan ahead, organize well, and heed some useful advice make move as smooth as possible .Best chance of a stress-free move is to organize things in good time. Move is the best time to purge out things that is no longer useful as this lessen the burden of packing plus also reduce the expense of moving. Thanks for sane advice it might be very helpful for my coming move.

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