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Moving can be very nerve-racking because there is everything to do and bear in mind. I Love Moving Reviews international company shared this PPT to make your move a little easier with those 8 Moving Tips and Tricks.
8 Moving Tips and Tricks | I Love
You will need a LOT of boxes. You will
easily pay $1 to $5 per box. In this last
move, I had over 30 boxes. That would be
a big chunk of money if I didn’t plan ahead.
Some people like to buy brand new boxes
and I’m not saying that is bad, I personally
didn’t want to spend over $100 for boxes.
Start collecting boxes about 6 months
before you move. Ask your neighbors,
friends for any extra boxes they may have
setting around. You could also check out
Craigslist for some cheap or free boxes.
Grocery stores, book stores or other stores
will give their boxes away. All you have to
do is ask.
Address To Do List
One thing I don’t love about moving is that
you have to change your address on
EVERYTHING! Make sure you have the
correct address and let the post office
know. Then notify those involved through
bills and payments.
Be sure to include banks, insurance
companies, doctors, dentists, utilites,
Wants and Needs
My rule is that if I haven’t used it
in the last 2 years then I
probably won’t use it again. You
could make a little money by
selling your items on Craigslist or
by having a Garage Sale.
I starting going through my
things about 2 months before we
left so I would have plenty of
time to sell items.
Find a Moving Company
Whether you are using a truck and driving it
yourself, or having a company do it for you, find
something that fits for you at least 1 month before
I consider myself an experienced mover. My little
family has moved 5 times to 3 states in the last 7
years. We recently moved across the country and
this time we used a company called I Love
Moving. It has been our best experience so far.
We used their Moving Containers and they worked
out great! You can read my experience with I
Love Moving Reviews here.
Know The Date
You will need to know the exact date that
you are planning on moving not only for
your moving company, but also so you can
let your family and friends know. The more
moving help you have, the faster it will go!
Do you like the way your house looks right
now? Be sure to take pictures of where your
picture frames are hanging and your clock in
front of your candle sticks sit. You will be
surprised how much you forget where your
things were before you moved.
I call it the sticker system but you can do
what works best for you. As you start
packing, be sure to label your boxes with the
room they go in and what is in the box. I
labeled mine with stickers. The Kitchen was
red, the girls room was pink, etc. That way
when you unload you know which room that
box will go in.
Also be sure to label all glass, and other
valuables as FRAGILE. Write it big so
everyone can see it.
Pack A Suitcase
As your moving day gets closer, I would
highly suggest packing a suitcase. Pack all the
things you will need in the next week, clothes,
underwear, make up, shampoo, etc.
That way you can pack everything in your
house, including your bathrooms. Also when
you get to your new place you will know
where all your necessities are.
• 1. To save a little money, use newspapers, towels, blankets and clothes to
pack plates and other fragile items instead of buying bubble wrap.
• 2. Leave your clothes on the hanger and put a garbage bag over them from
the bottom. Then use a rubber band to secure all of your hangers together
while tying the garbage bag to the hangers.
• 3. For your drawers, Leave your clothes in them! Take the drawers out when
you move the dresser and put the drawers back in when it is in the moving
• 4. Pack and clean your refrigerator last. If possible, bring your condiments
with you in a cooler. Getting rid of them will cost you a chunk of money to
replace. Even if you are on the road for a few days, you can always add more
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