It’s the week before your move, and the situation has gone DEFCON 3 in your house. And things are veering closer and closer to DEFCON 1. You’ve run out of boxes twice, full rolls of packing tape are a distant memory, and every drawer in your home feels like a vortex of packing misery.
In between frantically dragging your unwanted gear to the curb and trying to use socks as precious-items packing material, you realize you’ll never get all this stuff out of here in time on your own. You’re going to need help. But do you break down and call in the pros or beg your friends?
Before you decide (or curl up in a corner, assume a fetal position, and stare catatonically at the walls), try weighing these three factors:
The first day in a new house or apartment is always exciting and overwhelming. You've just entered your new home and you're filled with anticipation about your new start and your head's all into the details of the move. There are so many tings to do! But where do you start? What do you do first? How do you arrange all the things to do in the first day in a new apartment or house? So, here is what to do on your first day in a new house. First Day
You are about to move to a new place and you start to slowly pack your stuff bit by bit. Suddenly, yourealise that your possessions are way too much and, therefore, you will need to pay a fortune to the removals company. But I suggest you sit down for a while and ask yourself: Do I really need all these things? The answer to this question will most probably be No! You absolutely do not need paperwork that is more than ten years old or children’s clothes when your children are actually teenagers. Instead,
you can get rid of some things and, thus, make your relocation a bit less pricey and prevent your new home from being stuffed with useless objects.