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A Few Pieces of Advice That Will Help you Make The Moving to a New Home, Less Stressful.

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Research showed that moving to a new home, even just a few blocks from where you are, can be as stressful as death in the family. On the other hand, there is a saying; a change is as good as a holiday. Well… this holiday will be a working holiday.

There is a lot you can do beforehand to limitthe unexpected on the day the big move is to happen. Firstly consider what is most important to get organized. Take in account how far you are going to move, are you doing everything yourselves, or do you have a company coming to pack and move your house. If you’re moving out of the area, it might be best to appoint a moving company to do everything.
Animals making the move with you should best be placed in kennels before packing and ensuing chaos starts. It will be less traumatic for them and they can start afresh in their new home.
This is also an excellent time to get rid of all the unnecessary stuff hoarded over the years. While packing, you can sort out what to keep and what you do not need. Fewer things to pack and unpack will save you time and probably money, too.
Organize your belongings in categories, everyday use, and, can get along without. If you have books, you can start packing those. Everything not used every day can also be packed. Start this about two weeks before the day of the move. This will give you time to sort things and pack it up safe and neat. Only leave the necessary for the last day or two to pack up.

Include all family members to do some of their own packing, to make them a part of the new venture. Ensure to keep aside the most important boxes that contain the items you will need on your first night in your new home. Mark all boxes or bags clearly. This will make unpacking, easier. Also make sure that all boxes and bags, etc. are taped firmly and are of a strong material. When in your new home, start unpacking the most important first. Also unpack the items that make your home, homey. If it is books, do books.
When you are settled a bit and chaos is calming down, you can introduce your pets to their new environment. And very soon, all will be organised again.