5 Easy Ways To Stay Stress-Free While Moving

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When we moved into our home over a year ago, we moved fairly quickly with the help of awesome family & friends. We wouldn't have been able to move as quick as we did if we hadn't planned our move the way we did. We wanted to stay stress-free while moving as possible, especially since I had just had surgery less than 2 weeks prior.

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Even for those without anxiety, moving house can be an incredibly stressful experience. It's not just the day you move either, but the whole process from putting your home on the market to moving and settling into a new location that can have you tearing your hair out!

Fortunately, there are some tactics you can use to make moving home much less stressful. In fact, you can find the most effective ones in my post below. 

5 Easy Ways To Stay Stress-Free While Moving

When Selling, Try to Get a Quick Sale

No one wants to wait for ages to have their home sell. In fact, just having your property on the market can be very unsettlingly in itself. Not to mention when a sale falls through, and you lose out on a new home that you had set your heart on. 

With that in mind, one of the best things you can do to stay stress-free while moving is to opt for a quick and secure sale. Fortunately, this is achievable if you sell your property to a Home Buyers service. An organization that can give you an almost instant answer and provides cash so you can get your move going as quickly as possible.

Organization Is Your Bestest Friend

Trust me, when it comes to the move, there is a great deal of organization and preparation that needs to be done. In fact, getting organized well before moving day is just about the most sensible tactic you can use to minimize your stress. 

We started packing our apartment and garage up pretty much as soon as we were approved for our loan. We wanted out of our apartment so badly, so we did everything we could to stay stress-free while moving .

What this means is that you need to get rid of any clutter you don't plan on taking, and start to pack as early as possible in the process as you can. 

Of course, this does mean you will need a clear system of boxes and labels, so you know where everything is. You can even ask your movers to deposit boxes in the new property according to these labels, something that means you won't need to waste time or energy lugging stuff from room to room on moving day. 

Simplify moving day 

Once, moving day arrives, your stress levels are likely to peak. After all, most people only have around 12-24 hours to get all of their worldly possessions out of one property and into another, and to make sure their old and new places are clean as well. 

To that end, it's always worth investing in professional movers, as they can busy themselves loading and transporting your boxes. Which frees you up to clean. Additionally, be sure to make things easier on yourself by getting a loved one to babysit younger children, and getting the older ones involved with suitable jobs and chores. 

Pack A Tote or 2 for Necessary Items

Make sure that you pack a tote or box that contains tea, coffee, mugs, and spoons, as well as snacks to help you keep your energy levels up during your busy movie day. Also make sure that everyone has a suitcase or duffle bag full of clothes, toiletries, etc. The first few nights you stay in the house will be chaos you'll not be able to find necessities.

After all, this is certainly not a time where you want to get hangry, as this can really screw up your stress levels and make all the tasks you need to get done even harder! 

When we moved into our home over a year ago, we move fairly quickly, however, we wouldn't have been able to move as quick as we did if we hadn't planned our move the way we did. We wanted to be as stress-free while moving as possible.

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