Written by April Reinhardt (last updated May 7, 2021)
You've decided to move. Whether you're moving because your family has grown and you need a larger house, or you're getting married and bought a home with your new spouse, or your kids are all grown and gone so you need to move to a smaller home, moving can be stressful, expensive, and time consuming. If you've a large network of friends and family, you can enlist their help. Even if your family cannot help you to move, you can ask for help from your church or community organization, or place an ad in the paper for help with moving. When recruiting help with moving, follow these guidelines:
You should supply everything needed to move; water, gloves, tape, markers, extra boxes, two-wheeled dollies, twine, soda, snacks, tools, and anything else you can think of that would be useful for a move. Remember, you want to keep the day flowing quickly, and you don't want to have to stop to send someone to the store to pick up this or that.
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