Hassle-Free Moving Day Hacks


Moving is one of the most stressful things you can do in your life and with the summer being the most popular time of the year to move to your new home we take a look at a couple of simple things you can do to take the worry out of your relocation.

Tips For Hassle Free Moving
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Moving home can be one of life’s most stressful events. Summer is the most popular time to move home, so if you are going to be relocating soon, then there is no need to make it more stressful than it needs to be.

When you plan in advance enough, there is no reason why things can’t run smoothly; the potential for a moving day disaster is going to be significantly decreased, for sure. But what are some of the best things to do to help? Here are some things to do, as well as some sites that can help you make it all run smoothly.

Hire Movers

If you are moving home, then there is so much to pack up. And in many instances, it may help your sanity to hire professional movers to help you, from a site much like www.hebystad.se/stadtjanster. This can mean packing, loading, boxing, and unpacking can all be made much simpler. If you’ve got a busy job or family life, then paying a little extra for help in this way can be completely worth it.

If you have a lot of items and you only want to pay for one day of professional movers, you can look into self drive van hire for a day as well. This way, you can transport the rest of your belongings to your new home without having to try and squash it all in the car, or make multiple trips.

Changing Details

As well as the physical stress of having an upheaval, and then having to put it all back again, there can be the stress of having to let everyone know your new details. Your bank, post office, employers, schools, doctors, and many more, all need to know that you are now moving. There are sites like www.iammoving.com that can make it a little easier to move, as you can change your details on there, rather than having to call lots of people individually. To give yourself some time, though, it can be worth setting up a redirect for your mail, so that you don’t forget about anything important.

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To make your life much easier once you’re in your new home, it can really help to only have the things in your home that you do need. You could put things in storage if you’re not really going to need it, or just throw it out or sell it on. Unpacking clutter and junk that you don’t really want when you get into your new home is not a good idea. So clear out as much as you can.

On the Day

By the time it comes to the moving day, things should hopefully be running pretty smoothly. But it make it even easier on the day, plan ahead and think of a few things that you may need. When you move in, you will need things like toilet paper, light bulbs, wipes, or bin bags to sort things. So if you’ve got a ‘moving day’ bag, that is full of those kinds of things (as well as other essentials like toys for children as well as snacks and drinks) can be a good idea. Then you can just grab things as and when you need to.

Have you got any other moving day ‘hacks’ that you would add to the list to help others? It would be great to hear what you think.

Featured Image: Moving Day by Nicholas Huk on Flickr. Released under CC BY 2.0
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