Everyone has to move at some point in their lives, and if it is your first time doing so you may be uncertain as to what the move will actually be like or what you need to do in order to make it successful. In such circumstances you should never be afraid to ask for help. Find someone who has experience with relocation and ask them for their advice, be it about packing, cleaning tips or just what you need to bring. The fact is that someone who is experienced at making a move will be able to provide you with some important assistance.
Another good piece of advice for someone who is moving for the very first time is not to lose your patience. If you have never actually lived on your own before, it can be difficult sometimes even to know such things as how much to eat, particularly if you are used to sharing with other members of your family. When you move to your new abode you should therefore not stock up your cabinets and fridge with too much food, as much of it may become ruined before you want to actually eat it. For the first few weeks it would probably be a good idea to just purchase supplies for a few days at a time. By the end of the first month in your new home you should have a reasonable enough idea of how much you actually eat.
On a related note, you should not forget to eat. This may sound simple or even strange but it is quite easy to become overwhelmed by the process of moving, particularly when it is something you are doing for the very first time, and sometimes the simple things such as eating and drinking are the things that get forgotten the quickest. Once you have done the work you need to do for the day, you should make certain that you eat and drink something. You might not feel particularly hungry, but on no account should you go without nourishing yourself throughout a whole day of cleaning.
With all the cleaning, organizing, shopping and probably going to bed late during the course of the relocation process, it is quite likely that after you have actually moved in you will feel pretty tired. This is perfectly normal after such a stressful experience and is not anything that you need to worry yourself about. Once everything has been cleaned and is under control and you have really settled in at your new place, you will soon find that you are back to your normal energy levels.
If you are living by yourself for the first time, another thing you do not want to forget is to do your laundry. It will not be a good experience if you suddenly wake up one day and realize that you have no clean clothes to wear. This can happen, especially to young people who are used to mum doing the laundry all the time!