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Top five ways to make any move simpler and less stressful

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A lot of people consider moving to be one of the most difficult and stressful things that they can ever go through in their lives. In fact, many surveys over the years have shown that people rank the average move right up there with dealing with death and divorce in terms of difficulty. Thankfully, there are several ways that anyone can make a move simpler. By following these simple tips, a move can be turned from something to dread into something to look forward to.

One of the best ways to keep a move simple is to make sure that nothing unnecessary gets in the way. One of the best ways that people could accomplish this is to get rid of things that are no longer necessary. By donating or selling some things that have not been needed in a few years, people could both eliminate clutter and decrease the amount of things they will need to pack up and transport. The less one has to worry about, the less stressed out they will become over time.

As second way that a move can be made simpler is by packing up ones kitchenware and cooking supplies a week or two in advance of the moving date and eating light. Pots, pans and kitchen appliances can be some of the bulkiest and heaviest things that people will take with them. By cooking light and packing most of them away, people can make sure that they avoid having to rush to do it all on the day before they move.

A third and final way that people can make sure that their movie is less of a hassle is to use a checklist. A moving checklist can be written weeks or months in advance, during which people can list everything from buying boxes to providing a forwarding address to the post office can be listed. As each thing is checked off day after day, people can preemptively reduce their stress levels, making sure that their impending move is something to look forward to, rather than to dread.

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