Written by April Reinhardt (last updated March 16, 2018)
Whether you're moving locally or long distance, preparing for your move is essential to make it as stress-free as possible. Packing boxes and loading the truck are some of the last things you do when you move. Preparing for your move before you load the truck includes the following:
Moving presents a great opportunity to clean out your home. Decide what will go to the trash or charity, and what goes to the new home. Take a lamp and several light bulbs with you in your car when you stay the first night in your new home. If you cannot find your packed lamps or light bulbs, you will at least have one source of light that first night. On moving day, carry with you a change of clothes, your medicines, a few snacks, a flashlight, small first aid kit, and cash to tip the movers.
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