Tip #7: Clearly Label as You Pack
It is hard enough to pack and transport everything you own from one home to another. Doing all of that and remembering what box everything is packed in is next to impossible.
Clearly labeling your boxes and organizing their contents based on each one’s expected room location in your new house will save you the time and hassle of digging through boxes on a wild goose chase later. You can even take your labeling one step further and color code your boxes by room. Colorful sharpie markers or duct tape can be used on the outside of boxes, so you can easily identify which boxes need to go where during the move.
Moving houses is no easy feat, but it doesn’t have to be as stressful as most people make it out to be. While moving ranks in the top three of most stressful life experiences, careful planning and organization can eliminate the anxiety brought on by moving.
If you have a clear idea of everything you need to accomplish and when it needs to be done, you can take your move one step at a time without feeling overwhelmed. The Mr. Rekey Checklist of 57 Things To Do When Moving Into a New House maps out your entire move from 8 weeks before the big day until a week after you are all moved in, offering useful tips and moving hacks along the way. By working through this checklist, you can ensure that your move will go smoothly without worrying about forgetting anything important.