Moving across town, across the country or down the street takes about the same amount of effort as it's what we do in our dwellings that will make the difference. Find that good Moving place, with a good track record and cost and then go for it.........
Once it is truly established that you will be moving out, begin to throw away and clean out the house you currently occupy. The idea is to separate and know that you won't need accommodations for items that you have not used nor have real use for. Also giving to charity is good as long as you know that these items will not travel with you.
Gathering and making a place for all the purposeful documents, children school papers, policies, etc. is paramount. Once you have them organized you have accomplished much right there.
You are going to organize these as they are the things that you will box up. The large furniture items are what the Movers will concern themselves with aligning.
UPS and other Mailing houses sell boxes, detailed and in different sizes to accommodate all your needs. Seek them out instead of using simply used boxes. Movers find those types of boxes hard to work with. Use tape as much as possible.
Make a list of EVERYTHING as you go. Mark contents of each box with tags or a black marker. Once you have made a list to describe each box and it's content give one of the copies to trusted family or friend. Organizing and listing your belongings assures that you have what you had when you started the move.
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Great ways to prepare to move. Taping a list of boxed contents on the box is so helpful when you need your pastry cutter (or whatever).
Where were you wise lady when I moved from Texas to Tennessee? I could have relied on your moving tips, that's for sure.
Yep, no sense moving stuff that's only going to end up in the trash later. Great tips on moving and organizing.
Thank you for the useful moving and organizational tips. I might be moving soon, so these tips came right in time. High five!
Yes, cleaning should come first. A disorganized house is much harder to pack.
Very helpful list for those moving. It sure isn't easy!
This list of moving tips will help this dreaded task get some needed advice to go more smoothly. Luckily I don't expect to move soon, but will keep these points in mind when I do.
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