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You may have heard other people say that moving is one of the most stressful things in life. That might sound like a bit of an exaggeration, but if you go about the move the wrong way, then you could find that you end up very stressed out indeed.

Thankfully, here are 5 simple moving tips that will let you settle into your new home with less stress. The following are some great ideas to lessen your recovery time.

Moving Tip #1: Get Organized

First and foremost, you need to be organized. Organizing is easy, provided that you take the time to plan. For example, labeling your boxes to identify their contents is a simple thing that can save you a huge amount of hassle and stress at the other end. Get your boxes organized with time to spare,  work out whether you are going to use a moving company, and write out other to-do’s that you can physically cross off your list to make life easier.

Moving Tip #2: Start in Plenty of Time

Moving usually takes much longer than we anticipate. Sorting through belongings, packing them all up, throwing away the things we no longer want, and leaving the old place looking neat and tidy are all tasks that require a lot of time. Then we have to factor in the neighbors who are likely to pop in to say goodbye, and the letters and emails you’ll need to send off letting people know your change of address. The sooner you start, the easier it will all be. Don’t procrastinate. It will only multiply the stress of the experience.

Moving Tip #3: Get Some Help

A pair of extra hands can be a big help. There are lots of tasks other people can do on your behalf, so don’t turn down offers of assistance. If nothing else, someone can give you a shoulder to lean on if you feel overwhelmed.

Consider the size of your help team. If too many people are working, traffic jams may occur.

Moving Tip #4: Stay in Control

While it is great to have help, you don’t want to lose control of the overall situation. You don’t want to reach the day of the big event and then realize that one of your helpers has arranged something without letting you know, or discover that you have no idea where a friend packed something. You don’t have to be a control freak; just make sure that your helpers carry out your instructions rather than doing things on their own.

Moving Tip #5: Don’t Let it Take Over Your Life

Moving is an exciting time. But don’t let the process dominate  your life. Start preparing early and get some help so that you won’t be packing and sorting through your possessions for weeks. With solid planning and friendly helpers, you can arrange a welcome party in your new place once you’ve settled in.

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