Don’t be too ambitious. Do not expect (or try) to unpack everything on the day you move. Unpack the most essential items first, that you will need on a day-to-day basis. If you’re a planner and need to set aside times to unpack, set realistic goals for your self. Finding new places for your belongings can take a while so give yourself more time than you think you will need.
Make sure to take breaks from the unpacking. Several hours of unpacking can be exhausting. Make sure to give yourself little breaks throughout the process to explore the neighborhood or find the nearest Starbucks, gas station, and grocery store. Taking your mind off the move for a little while can really help you to relax.
Don’t do all the work by yourself. Many people will hire professionals or call up some friends to help move the heavy items but often do all the unpacking themselves. It’s always a good idea to get a helping hand for the un-pack as well. This could be a family member, friend, or even a professional mover who can assist with un-packing. Not only does this make the job go quicker, it also breaks up the monotony and can help you un-wind from the stress of a move.
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