What to do the night before a move

You can’t argue with the importance of a list. Here are a few things you should do before your move to make sure you get everything done. The moving day is almost here. After much preparation, packing, prepping, and anticipation, you’re almost there. You got engaged! You may still have things to do before the movers arrive, whether that is due to procrastination or the fact that your life is simply busy. In any event, you will have to get things done before they arrive. There are a few things you should add to your list and check off when packing for a move, whether you like them or not.

Do you want to chat with a moving company before hiring one?

Make sure you check in with the moving company before night falls to make sure everything is correct. You’ve committed to a schedule and agreed to terms, but things might be missed. It’s best to be sure of the details and contact the moving company to make sure they will arrive to handle the items you want them to.

Put the small things into the small bag.

If you’ve already packed everything, you can skip ahead. But if you’re like most of us, you still have some things that need to go into boxes. If what is left out is what you usually use, it’s simple to pack an essentials box. It should contain everything for the first night and the morning after moving in (or two). Your bed linens, bath towels, toiletries, PJs, clothes, and undergarments are just a few of the things you’ll want to pack.

Break down your furniture before you must take it apart.

It’s preferable to take apart the furniture before you must, especially if you have small children. If you’ve already spoken with your moving company about furniture disassembly, you may also eliminate this option from your list. By taking apart your furniture yourself, you can save time on moving day and save money. Grab your screwdriver and begin disassembling your furniture now!

Turn off your gadgets.

When moving, electronics and appliances should also be disconnected using the correct tools. Take a photo of your entertainment system before disassembling it, so you’ll know what wires to plug back into it later on. Finally, label your cables and keep track of them by referring to the photo.

Prepare some refreshments.

Even if you employ the services of professional movers, moving is a lot of work. You should hydrate and snack during the journey to stay energized.

It is very important to provide water, refreshments, and snacks for your movers. They will be doing a lot of heavy lifting, so make sure you thank them with cold water and cookies.

Get a good night’s sleep!

Getting the proper rest is the most effective approach to ensure a big day goes well. Don’t let the above assignments stretch into the evening and instead complete them early so you can go to bed at a decent hour. When you are still home alone, say goodbye to your space before bed as it may be emotionally taxing. You can feel good after finishing your day by practicing gratitude.

 

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