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TIPS FOR REDUCING THE STRESS OF A MAJOR MOVE

By Lorne MacInnes, Ferguson Moving & Storage

Most of life’s simplest problems can end up being the biggest headache to solve.

When it comes to moving, think simple. While professional movers such as Ferguson Moving and Storage offer direction on how to plan for a move, it is still best to also think things through yourself. Once everything is packed up and ready to load, make sure the things you will need least are loaded on to the truck first. Simple common sense is needed when loading the truck. Place the box containing things like your best dishes on top of the box of books and not vice-verse.

Consider the things you’ll need the first night in your new home. Pack items that serve your basic needs in a separate bag and carry it with you. Think about eating. Will your appliances be hooked up right away? Will there be a place to store food when you get there? You may even want to prepare a simple meal that you can heat and serve on your first night.

Remember to set aside items for each night you are in transition like clothes, a towel, prescription drugs, a toothbrush, and other personal items. Pack these in your car or somewhere that you can access them easily. And don’t forget plastic utensils, paper plates, paper towels, plastic cups, toilet paper, toiletries, trash bags, hand tools, a flashlight, first aid kit including pain relievers, pencil and paper, snacks, beverages, and re-closeable plastic bags.

Keep the stress level down. Take thirty minutes in the beginning of your move and address the simple issues. Thinking the basics through can avoid all of the oops! moments that can occur. Call Ferguson Moving and Storage to speak with us regarding more moving tips to reduce stress and anxiety.

Talk to any of our consultants for any specific issues you need help with.
 
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