To keep your move on schedule, you’ll need to keep a task list of things to do eight weeks before you move. Remember, it’s just two months before you say goodbye to your house, your neighborhood, family and friends, and by now you may be feeling a little overwhelmed. You have no need to worry. With this task list, you’ll find yourself looking forward to moving day!
Before you move be sure to prepare accordingly, being stressed out during this process can make the already busy transition, even harder. Be sure to order your portable storage unit, if you are in Denver, and be sure to complete this list of things to do during the 8 weeks leading up to your move.
Using a floor plan can help you sort through your things, helping you decide what household goods you want to keep and which ones you need to give away, in particular, if you’re downsizing your space or are moving a long distance and want to save costs on hiring movers. In other words, more stuff = more weight = more money.
Taking a household inventory will help you keep track of what you’re moving and what’s staying behind, plus gives you a list of stuff that a moving company will need.