We all know that moving house is one of the most stressful things anybody can undertake, but when life is so busy, that you are trying to cram the big move into a strict one day period, this can be where things get interesting! Being a busy parent can mean that there’s no time to do anything, especially if you work, which means a lot of late-night packing sessions, meaning that you are drained when it comes to the day itself. So, when it comes to moving home when you’re just too damn busy, what’s the best way to get it done?
Plan In Advance
You’ve got a moving day on the calendar, so why don’t you do your best to work towards that day? Most of us leave so many things until the last minute that it’s hardly a surprise that it’s a stressful day! Instead, set aside a couple of hours a week to do some decluttering first. If you have a plan in place, even if it’s a simple list such as “declutter, pack nonessentials, pack essentials, and move,” you’ve got some sort of structure to keep you going. You’re not going to need everything out in the last week before you end up moving. So, just try to make everything easier on yourself.
And by making everything easier, why don’t you hire yourself some professional help? You can easily find local moving services to take on the bulk of the work. When it comes to moving day, it can be a strenuous task, and if there aren’t many hands on deck, then it’s gonna be a stressful experience for everyone. You don’t even have to hire help if you don’t have the money, if you’ve got friends and family ready and willing to help, you can easily pay them in a few beers or food.
Don’t Restrict Yourself To One Day
Especially when it comes to unpacking. While you might be tempted to try and get everything done as quickly as possible if you can get back to normality, which is a very common concern when you’ve got such a busy life. Instead, if you do this, you’re going to potentially underuse the space you’ve got. So instead, isn’t it better for you to take the time out to clean the house, and possibly put a lot of the items into storage first? This might be a big help when you take the opportunity to decide where everything can go this time around, so you can make the most of your new home space, you can fill up on a hefty morning snack, and then spend a 12 hour period putting everything in place.
From packing to unpacking, it’s something that does take a long time, and even if you are tempted to try and cram it all into one day, it could be the most stressful day you’ll ever encounter! Instead, when you don’t have the time, you need to think about making effective time. Moving home isn’t supposed to be a quick process, and now in the modern-day, we are expected to do it quickly. But in actual fact, it’s much better for you to take the time out, so you can maximize the new living space.