Moving can be a hassle and a blessing in disguise. We were relieved and thank goodness, we're done with it. For five consecutive years, we moved from an apartment, move in with a friend, moved to Mississippi, lived in a condo and finally, settled in our home sweet home. The moment we decided to move, the stress level piled up. We have to think about the budget, manpower for packing, to hire a moving company or not, time management, anticipation for the new place and so many more factors to consider. All we want at that moment is a hassle-free moving.
How to Cope with the Stress of Moving:
1. Find the flat rate movers who offer great services. They come and survey everything in the house and when you agree on the rate, they will come on the scheduled dates and pack everything in a professional manner. This is a bit expensive but; if you are busy and your company pays for the moving expenses, this is highly recommended and the best option that you can choose.
2. Segregate the things you need. The best part of moving is to discard the unwanted things that you keep for years. Learn to let go of the things that you don't use. Good vibes when moving to a new house is all you need so; keep the most prized possession you have and get rid of the junks!
3. Yard sale is a great option to get rid of the old stuffs you have in the house. As long as the things are useful with others, sell them and buy a new one.
4. The staffs of a moving company are professional in their job but; make sure you provide the appropriate instructions to avoid the chaos when you are ready for unpacking in the new house.
Finally, when you hire a moving company, all you have to do is give directions. They are your manpower and since they are professional and you pay them good, I can assure you that you and your family will have a stress-free moving experience. Good luck and enjoy your new home.