Moving can be an exciting but also difficult time, when everything around you seems to be in a state of absolute chaos; however, the good news is that there is no cause for panic. Everything will get done and following a few good tips from those in the know will help you to streamline the process of moving and make you feel that you are in charge of the relocation rather than the other way around.
It is a good idea to get rid of as much clutter as you can prior to making a move. This can include everything from clothing you no longer wear to dishes you no longer use to knickknacks you no longer care for. Anything that is no longer loved or used should be discarded.
There are plenty of resources available to you as a way of getting rid of these unwanted possessions. If you donate items to a local charity, it may even be willing to come and pick them up. Family members or friends may be only too happy to help themselves to some of the things you no longer want. In a pinch, unwanted items could always be taken off your hands by the local dump.
After getting rid of the clutter, the next stage is to organize what remains. The first thing to do is to pick the things you are likely to want straight away in your new home, such as kitchen and bathroom items, as these should be packed last and then unpacked first.