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Your Guide to Long-Distance Moves

YOUR GUIDE TO LONG-DISTANGE MOVES START EARLY • Start arranging the details of your move as soon as you know you're moving • The sooner you start, the less stressed out you'll be on moving day • Look around for items in your house you know you won't take with you PURGE OFTEN • Don't pack up all of your belongings without first going through them • Chances are, you have items you no longer want or need • Save yourself the trouble of packing and moving stuff you won't need in your new place MAKE PILES • Separate your belongings into different piles to keep • KEEP yourself organized • SELL • DONATE •THROW AWAY • If you have items you're not sure of, make a "maybe" pile and revisit it in a week HIRE A MOVER •A reputable moving company will help alleviate much of the stress of moving • Ask friends and family members for recommendations • Get an estimate and understand what you're getting before you sign a contract STAY ORGANIZED • Consider color coding your boxes and keeping a key to make unpacking easier MASTER MASTER BATHO| BED ° PATIO kifcHEN DINNING GARAGE ROOMO||O LIVIN G ROOMO HALLO • Make a master inventory list and check it when you arrive in your new place Keep box contents organized by room and label the outside of each PLAN AHEAD > Get a floorplan of the place you're moving into • Measure your furniture "2] '3| '4| 's[ ': to see what will fit in your new space 88 • Have a rough outline of where everything will go so you don't have to move it around again INFOGRAPHIC PROVIDED BY: GLAMOUR GLAMOUR MOVING & STORAGE MOVING & STORAGE www.GLAMOURMOVING.COM Sources:

Your Guide to Long-Distance Moves

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Do you have a floorplan for your new home? This can help you when packing up your current home! Get more tips for a stress-free long-distance move by looking over this moving service infographic.


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