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Making a Less Stressful Move Possible

14Sep 2009


Moving is undoubtedly a big event in anyone's life - the preparation, effort, and cost involved are no joke. Which is why many people who are moving suffer from a lot of stress - and not surprisingly, most of it unnecessary. Here are a few tips on making your move less stressful:
 
1. Plan way ahead. And we mean way ahead. The effort and research involved will take time, and the more time you have to think over any decisions you make, the better. This will also give you more time to set your affairs in order, like paying bills and debts, and informing people where you're moving. Planning ahead will also give you enough time to go about everything without feeling too rushed, and will help you accumulate more funds for your budget.
 
2. Research well. You need to know enough about your new place of residence, as well as the basic places you'll need to go to for your day-to-day needs. Groceries, schools and hospitals should be known to you before you actually move there. Research will also help you find the right moving company.
 
3. Explain things to your children. You also need to explain the purpose of your move to your kids, if you have any. Involve them in the move so that they won't feel left out and unimportant.
 

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