To many this title sounds like a fanciful dream: for most people moving house is the most stressful day of their lives. For the modern generation of renters it’s a nightmare that gets repeated year after year. If you’re in your twenties and renting your home, it’s important to get good at moving house as it’s a skill you’ll be exercising a lot.
It’s really never too early to begin your plans to move out. Once you know the date you’re leaving your current flat you can begin to set out a calendar of tasks to complete and deadlines to ensure you’re ready for your move. Buying or printing a physical calendar will make it easier to keep track and allot tasks to different people so the work is fairly shared out, and ensure everything is done in plenty of time, with no last minute desperate calls to removals companies.
Different tasks could include sourcing boxes for packing, informing utilities companies of your move and either beginning a deep clean of your flat or getting quotes from cleaning companies.
Having all of this done well before your last day in your current home means moving out is simply a matter of following well laid plans rather than panic and improvisation.
The Storage Solution
One of the major sources of stress when you move house is having to get all of possessions from your old house to your new one in a single day without anything getting lost or broken. If you have the money to pay for a traditional removal firm, it’s more straightforward but if not you’re relying on friends or simply your own initiative, which is a recipe for stress.
The best way to cut down on this stress is to spread out your belongings so you don’t have to move all of them in one day. If you put awkward, bulky and less used things into storage and only move the essentials on the day itself, it’s a much easier task to accomplish!
If you’re looking for storage byStored London is one of the newest to open. Storage facilities are popping up all over the country, so even if you live in a smaller town you can expect to find at least one or two companies on the outskirts to accommodate the bookcases and boxes of records you’re not going to need the same day you move house.