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Moving Hacks: Lifehacks that Make Moving Easier

Make life easier — learn some moving hacks Have you seen the term “lifehacks” on the Internet lately? The concept is quite ingenious — it’s basically finding simple but very effective tips and tricks that make life a lot easier. It’s kind of like finding a cheat code in a video game — a hack — that can help you win with ease. So today we’re going to be following in the footsteps of this principle, but instead of lifehacks, we’ll be introducing some of our favourite ‘moving hacks’ for moving in Metro Vancouver. Five of our favourite moving hacks for packing and unpacking in the Lower Mainland Pack a box for your first day in your new house — Lifehack.org has a great tip that can save you a lot of rummaging immediately after you move into your new Vancouver home. Basically, the site suggests that you create a box filled with all the things you’ll need for your first night after moving in Metro Vancouver. So for example, if you know you will need coffee, a toothbrush, a fresh shirt and pajamas immediately after the move, put them all in one box. This will save you the trouble of rummaging through multiple suitcases for essential items. The vacuum is your friend when packing clothing — A lot of people move their clothes by packing them in big plastic bags. This is a good strategy for the most part, but one downside is that air bubbles tend to get created. These bubbles can greatly increase the amount of space the clothes take up, which can result in more...