If you’re getting ready to move into a new place, you may be feeling a bit worried. You’re not sure what to do or when to start packing. 



Plan Your Move Way In Advance

Normally, when you’re buying/renting a new house, there will be a date from which you can move in. To stay organised, I suggest you plan your move way in advance of this date. If you know you’re moving in a month, get to planning right away! Don’t think ‘oh I’ve got another four weeks that’s plenty of time’, no. Start planning your move as early as can be. It’s never too early to start, and it will make you far more organised. It gives you time to think about everything you need to do and get things ready for your moving date. Whereas, if you left things until the day before, you’d be in a mad rush. All the stuff you could’ve done over the course of a few weeks/months, you have to do in a day.

Hire A Removal Company

I believe I mentioned in a previous post how moving home is so stressful because of all the stuff you have to pack and transport to your new house. Well, there’s an easy way to make this a lot less stressful for you. All you need to do is hire a removal company to help you out. They can transport all your stuff to your new home, no matter how far away it is. As you can see here http://executive.ae/, some moving companies will even help you move worldwide. The sign of a good company is that they put your best interests first. They should take all the stress off your shoulders and do everything for you. You’ll know that you’ve hired a good removal company if you don’t have to lift a single moving box come moving day. Everything should be picked up and put in the back of their van without you straining a muscle. It’s handy because it leaves you free to do other things on moving day, instead of carrying boxes around. It makes you less likely to forget something.

Make A Checklist

You absolutely have to make a checklist for your move. It’s a key way to keep you organised and ensure nothing gets forgotten or left out. You can even find some example moving checklists here: http://www.realsimple.com/. It won’t take more than a few minutes to create a checklist if you want to make your own, and it will help you out massively. It is a must, especially before you start packing everything up. With a checklist, you’ll know exactly what you need to pack and what can stay left behind. It’s foolproof because you can go down the list and tick things off if you’ve packed them. So, you shouldn’t forget anything.

Sarah x