Do you have a descent system for packing and moving to a new place?
I am starting to get shakes because I am supposed to move very soon, have all the packing materials etc, and reduced the amount of stuff I have and still will give a bunch away during this process.
How would you do it? I am seriously lacking encouragement, but the apartment I am getting is fantastic and a lot of things are already there it is partially furnished. That is also why I am getting anxious about what to get rid of or what to take with me.
I keep shaking just thinking about it, I often get anxiety attacks because of the health issues.
Answer by But_Mommie at 10:55 AM on Oct. 8, 2010
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Answer by san78 at 4:05 PM on Oct. 8, 2010
Set up bedrooms and beds first- you'll be tired and will need some where to sleep that first night. Kitchen next. Keep out a box or 2 for needed items-sponges, cleaners, scissors, tape, TP, and PT kitchen and bath towels, wash cloths and a change of clothes for you and your kids-this is your emergency box and stays with YOU and no one else. Also all cell phones, computers and their cords and telephone/address books stay with you. I had a child get very sick on moving day and I needed to make an MD trip, order antibiotics etc...
We have always used movers. When we were young and poor, we packed and had movers. The last few moves we have utilized Co provided movers for relocation purposes. It's work and an exhausting process, no matter what-
Answer by Sisteract at 10:13 PM on Oct. 8, 2010