How to Stay Organized During Your Move to Tulsa

moving to a new homeBy Julie DeLong, A-1 Freeman Moving Group 

The move from your old residence to your new one might be time-consuming, difficult, and hectic. This runs specifically true when you have problems keeping organized over the moving process. When your life is in chaos, it might be easy to let things to "slip through the cracks," and wind up feeling a lot more restless than you ought to be.
 

A lot of people have found that working with a professional moving company in Tulsa has made it easier for them to stay organized during the move and made their relocation a lot easier to handle. But that's not all that you can do to stay organized on your move. Here are a few more suggestions that can help.

Establish Your Schedule

From the initial day you commence packing your items to the final time you wave good-bye to the old residence, you'll want to have the important dates in the relocation process determined as fast as possible. You may want between six weeks or even more to plan out your move, pack your things, line up transportation, and also coordinate storage (if necessary).

Many people find it practical to generate a "master schedule" of the move - and allow themselves a small amount of cushion in the event they encounter a problem. The schedule ought to include a timeline of major milestones over the move, due dates, and maybe a summary of jobs to designate to family members.

Create To-Do Lists

A meticulous to-do list is a powerful thing. Not merely will daily and weekly to-do lists help keep your move on track, but they may be great stress management tools. Actually, a lot of people find a to-do list has a relaxing effect on them.

Some think it's helpful to create smaller to-do lists as an alternative to one big one for the complete move. Such as, one of your weekly tasks could be to pack your bedroom, and then you can split that undertaking into smaller daily tasks (pack jewelry, pack office/printer supplies, pack clothing, and so on.).

Designate Responsibilities to Various Family Members

Moving ought to be a family undertaking. Be certain that each and every member of the family knows what they need to accomplish to make your move successful. For instance, extenuating conditions notwithstanding, each person in your family ought to be able to pack a lot of the things in his or her own bedroom. You may also elect to assign cleaning jobs after the packing has been completed.

If everyone's on the same page, your move will go much more efficiently.

Stick to Your Due dates

The very last thing you want when moving is attempting to frantically pack and load each and every valuable you have with only a few hours left to spare. The right way to avoid this type of cluttered mess is to stay with every timeline you set for yourself to the degree feasible.

For instance, determine due dates to accomplish the packing of each of your rooms. Set a due date to book the professional moving company in Tulsa to come and load your stuff, or to rent a moving van. You'll also want to set deadlines for essential actions both before and after your move, including discontinuing your power and the internet service at the old residence and setting them up at your new house.

Staying with your smaller deadlines during this process will decrease a lot of the anxiety connected with moving and help keep everything organized.

Reward Yourself!

Finally, don't forget to get a reward or maybe two as you make progress toward your main goal. Perhaps you can treat your family to an evening out after checking off a major item on your to-do list, or maybe take an occasional night off from moving prep. Whatever the scenario might be, rewarding yourself now and then can keep you encouraged and focused.

Should you ever feel stressed out over the moving process, and need some help keeping yourself organized, please contact the A-1 Freeman Moving Group team of professional movers in Tulsa today! We can help pick up the slack and make your move smoother across the board.

 

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