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8 Tips for a Stress-Free Move

In this month’s eReport, I am sharing some tips on how to have an stress-free move. I encourage you to keep this handy. You can use it when you have a move coming up yourself or you know someone who has one planned. I also have a link to a website where you can check to see if your mover is registered. The site also shows if they have any complaints lodged against them.

Part of the stress can be from not having supplies. Get what you need before you start packing. Get supplies ready well ahead of time.

It doesn’t matter where you are moving. The experience can be an anxious day for everyone involved. Knowing how to reduce stress and let the day unfold without drama will make the whole family feel more at ease.

In conclusion, moving should be a fun an exciting experience and not...

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big move can be messy but it can be organized

The Big Move

Thanks to Cindy Bernstein of Aim4Order for this episode of Tips from the Pros about moving.

Whether you are downsizing, upsizing, moving for work or for another reason, making the move go as smoothly as possible is the main goal. Here are some tips to make things easier.

Create a timeline

Don’t wait until the last minute to do everything. Things like setting up your utilities, moving your cable, phone, internet access and forwarding your mail need to be done ahead of time. Schedule movers or rent a truck and organize your friends and family to help you move. Create a timeline with each task and when it needs to be completed – and stick to it.
Make lists if you need them and check off tasks as you complete them. Keep your lists and timeline together so you can easily find them.


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