Bringing together your life and moving to a new home or community can be an exciting but stressful time in your family life.
On the one hand, this is a fantastic opportunity to create new memories and get a new experience. On the other hand, can be an unpleasant and difficult task - to collect things, unload things, and finally, the stability of your new home.
There are ways to make moving smooth and organized, so gather all packing materials (labeling pens, strips, posters, boxes, etc.) in one place and get to work.
Make a List
First, you need to make a list. Make sure you type everything. Everything that is packed in the box must be documented. You can do this using a list created on your computer, or you can type it in Notepad, but each field must contain a record that contains detailed content. Be specific. If you are filling a kitchen box, write down the kitchen items in the box, not just typing "kitchen."
Have Enough Supplies
Make sure you have enough supplies. If you think you have enough, you may need more. Boxes can be filled quickly, and tape rolls are often used when sealing materials. Bubble wrap is a great alternative to the paper for wrapping fragile materials (the newspaper can leave ink stains). Make sure there are enough boxes, Scotch tape and bubble paper for all remaining items on the last day of transport.
Large Vases for Bulky Items
Use large vases for bulky items, but do not refill them or make boxes too heavy. These large drawers are great for blankets, blankets, pillows and have a hanging bar for hanging clothes. If mobile companies provide these boxes, pre-screen what the boxes are, so you can plan which items can fit. You can use extra space at the bottom for light items in the bags.
Match Colors To A Specific Room
A great way to make it easier to enter is to match the colors to a specific room at home. For example, you can set the red color for the main bedroom or blue for the kitchen. Place the appropriate label on the case for easy identification. Thus, the movers will know where each box goes, without having to ask or try to read your message.
Fill Out Everything in Advance
Make sure you fill out everything you do not need in advance. If you are traveling in the summer, you will not need winter clothes. First collected and out of the way. The same applies to extra towels or kitchen utensils that you rarely use. Everything you can live without for a week or two must be filled and ready at the time the movement comes. Do not leave these items missing until the day of the move.
Do Not Forget Essential Documents
Finally, do not forget to keep essential documents with you. Do not leave birth certificates or passports with the transport company. Also, try to carry any valuables in your car.
If you plan accordingly, the move can be fun and exciting. Use these tips to move quickly and in an organized way, and you'll be grateful for the extra time spent enjoying your new home.