Moving day is stressful, whether you’re relocating across town or across the country. Preserving your sanity and busting your stress to make moving day a breeze is a matter of staying organized, focused, and calm, and these tips will help you do just that.
The Day Before the Movers Arrive
Go to the store and stock up on everything you’ll need for moving day so that you won’t have to stop what you’re doing to make quick store runs. Buy some bottled water and snacks for your helpers and the movers, and make sure you have all the last-minute cleaning and packing supplies you need.
Make a detailed list, and check it twice. Having a list builds a foundation for the process, and makes dealing with any unforeseen issues pass much smoother.
The night before the movers come, go through the house and pack up any last-minute items, toss any leftover trash, and make a point to organize your packing supplies, cleaning supplies, and other important items that you’ll need on moving day.
Charge your cell phone and other devices fully so that they’re ready for the day.
You’ll need to
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