How to Handle a Move

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This is the start of peak moving season. If you’re planning to move, you know how stressful it can be to manage all the details.

Of course, the less you have, the less you have to move. The greatest gift you can give yourself is to examine what you own and determine what deserves to come with you. You can reduce the amount of money and time you spend on your move by letting go of clutter.

Clutter is anything that doesn’t fit your life anymore, anything that’s broken beyond repair, anything that upsets or angers you, anything that you haven’t used in 10 years.

How do you determine what makes the cut? Things you use regularly, things that bring you comfort, things that you enjoy seeing and things that prompt pleasant memories earn a ride on the moving van.

You might have to reduce the number of things you bring with you, if you are moving to a smaller place. In that case, choose the objects that are in the best condition and/or mean the most to you. Ask yourself what you would buy again if you were given the choice.

Consider moving as an opportunity to start over. When you live with the things you really enjoy and use, you live more comfortably.

Professional Organizers can reduce some of the stress involved with a move. You’ll save time and money, too. Contact me if you are moving and could use some help with the process.

Organized by MarcieTM: Save time and money by letting go of what you don’t need and finding room for what you value
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