When did you first think you might want to move? If you said yes, you might be worried because moving to a new house isn’t easy. Census data show that more than 40 percent of Australians move every five years, which is more than double the average worldwide.
Create a playlist to keep track of the music you like.
Do not judge just yet. Moving is always hard, but listening to music can help ease some of the stress. And if you need a mood boost while you pack, we guarantee that blasting your favorite songs will do the trick.
Ask your friends and family for some help.
Single people who move from one place to another on their own often ask friends and family to help them pack and unpack. Let’s say you’ve asked family and friends to help pack up your house. As a game, you could put everyone into smaller groups and give each group a room to pack up.
Packing boxes are a chance to be creative.
Packing your things into smaller boxes instead of bigger ones might help you pack and move faster. Why? That’s the question. The reason is clear: it will take less work to handle smaller boxes than larger ones, which might need to be taped together.
Set up a party in your honor.
Your moving day doesn’t have to be boring and tiring. You can have fun if you treat it like a party. If you’re moving as a family, ensure everyone wears clothes that match and fit the theme.
What you eat is what you order.
When you’re tired from packing and moving, the last thing you want to do is make a meal from scratch. You can throw your friends and family a pleasant curveball by stocking a snack bar with all their favorite junk food treats, like gummy candies, cookies, chips, chocolate bars, and fun drinks, and then having them help you unload boxes.