Category: Personal Development Written by Ron Wolf
When it comes to moving, we all know and understand that it can be just a bit stressful at times. This may seem like something normal and generally accepted, but it doesn't have to be this way, as there are plenty of tips and tricks that have your back and can make this operation a breeze.
After all, moving implies that you are moving to something better, so it only makes sense to enjoy yourself in the process and leave the stress behind. With a bit of organization, elbow grease and practical know-how, you will be up and running at your new place, and the whole moving process will become a thing of the past. Without further ado here as some tips and tricks to get you going. You will see that it's easy as one, two, three!
1. Early mover avoids the stress
You already know that you will be moving and the general, if not precise, date of when will it happen. Leaving everything for the final day or week is a surefire recipe for disaster. Because you have time before the actual moving date you can utilize it to your advantage. Start doing preparations and planning early on. First, you can divide your inventory into what's essential and what's not. Then you can start packing up the non-essentials, bit by bit.
One day can be for moving the non-essentials first to the new office or place so that there is less hassle on the exact moving day. Since you have time, you can also start stacking up on duct tape, bubble wrap, cardboard boxes, labels etc. If the early bird gets the worm, then you can get a stress-free moving experience with a bit of hindsight.
2. Consult the pros
There is no need to break new ground here and re-invent the wheel. When you put it all down on paper, you can see that it is more profitable to hire someone to do all this hassle for you. When you factor in the time, energy, manpower, and resources that you would need to allocate to do the moving process all by yourself, it makes more sense to hire someone like 2 Men Removals to do the job for you. Not only do you save valuable time and energy by doing so, but you can also focus on other things that surely need your attention more during this time.
3. It's the little things
One step at a time equals one box at a time. By fragmenting your total moving operations into smaller, bite-sized chunks it becomes that much easier to manage this operation. For example, you can do one room at a time. Some rooms do need special approaches, like the kitchen, for example, so it's good to focus on preparing them in advance. The next helpful tip should be to set aside the bigger pieces of furniture and disassemble them.
Moving the entire bulky table or sofa can be back-breaking and, it is much easier to damage them. But, by disassembling them into smaller pieces and applying the same principle as the rooms, it becomes that much easier to manage them. You will also get more space when you load up a disassembled piece of furniture. When we are on the topic of loading there are two things to note here. The first is to use proper labelling for everything you have.
One box can easily get lost along the way, more so since they all look the same. And, if you don't put "fragile" on that plate box, you are just increasing the overall risk. Colour-coded labels are good for instant info and categorization and, labelling, in general, will help you to unpack as you will know where every item goes. Imagine arriving at your new place and not having to rummage thru thousand boxes and simply moving them right away. That's the power of labels. We saved the best for last as you can also apply for insurance when moving. Even if you do everything you can, accidents and unforeseen situations can happen, so it's best to be prepared. With insurance, you are buying a piece of mind which is invaluable during this period.
While all of this may seem like too much to handle all at once, it gets easier with each step you make. One by one, inch by inch, as you clean the items on your to-do list, it gets easier and, your progress gets more noticeable and visible. Before you know it, you are in the gist of things and, it gets easier by the minute. With such an approach, the whole process will be done in no time. We wish you all the best in your future endeavours.
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