...but you're feeling overwhelmed
You feel like you're busting at the seams in your current home. How would you ever organize it enough to pack it all up and move it all to your home? Aside from your everyday belongings, you have boxes of old books you haven't looked at in years. There are bins of clothing you've meant to wear once you get back in shape. There are dozens of baby items packed away that you can't bring yourself to get rid of.
Some of your favorite items got broken, other belongings got lost, and the movers took hours longer than expected. You were frantically packing up items the night before, tossing them into any open box. Moving boxes were stacked in the garage of your new home, which took you weeks to sort through. You couldn't find any of the items you desperately needed that first night: bed sheets, toiletries, cups for water.
You've heard of people having to pay thousands more than initially estimated. How do you even pick a moving company to help you out? You aren't sure if you need a moving company to do it all, but hiring laborers to help load your boxes seems intimidating. Renting a moving truck and moving boxes yourself seems like a daunting task. Where do you look to get the help you need from a reliable source for your move?
...you're leaving the comfort of your home, putting everything you own on a truck, and starting over somewhere new. You will have a new home, job, school, and social circle. All while trying to continue with life as usual. There's a way to make this all work in your favor.
Because it has worked for me and the hundreds of others who have used this resource, too.
As a Physical Therapist, I am an expert in the movement of the human body. But in twelve years, I've moved over 15 times. So, I've become an expert in moving from one home to the next.
I've moved over 14,000 miles, completed over seven cross-country moves, and over a dozen local moves.
I have packed my car and moved.
I have hired packers and loaders, then driven my own moving truck.
I have packed, loaded, and driven a moving truck.
I've had friends help me move.
I've hired full-service movers.
I've moved alone, with my husband, with kids, and pregnant.
I've moved to apartments, campus housing, temporary housing, a home we bought...
You name it -- I've pretty much done it all.
And it's all because life presented me with opportunities to live somewhere else... many times. Some moves were welcomed; others, I dug in my heels during some, if not most, of the entire process. But each of these experiences taught me lessons. And now, I am passing on the wealth of knowledge to you.
If you are someone who feels ready to take on your next move with more simplicity, who wants to stop making last-minute, expensive decisions regarding your move, and who wants to start out in your new home with a fresh, clean slate... I have good news for you! You absolutely can!
Here's the thing though... planning a move to a new home can be difficult for a few reasons:
1) It's hard to find trustworthy, affordable, reliable help with moving
2) We are overwhelmed with all the stuff we have to pack
3) We have to make a lot of decisions when a lot of details are still up in the air
4) Moving can get very expensive if we don't use our resources and time to our advantage
The bottom line is, you can move with less stress and more simplicity. I can help you do this!
Relocation Planner: a 140-page guide full of checklists, inventory trackers, address change prompts, budget recording sheets, organization tips, room planning summaries, and more
Absolutely perfect for what I needed. I was so overwhelmed with where to start and how to start. I found this and I am so thankful! Especially the moving company section because I was so unprepared to talk to them.
Love this planner. It has every possible detail you could possibly need when moving, and then some. Well thought out!
I love this planner. I am very detail oriented and it is more than what would come to my mind. I doubt you will need more than a couple pages of notes of your own and that is just based on lifestyle. Worth every penny and will work as you move to a new apartment or a new home.
There will never be a better time than right now to start getting organized for your move. Minimize the stress today. So you can enjoy this journey.
At the end of the day, the only way to save time and money while moving is to come up with a plan as early as possible.
All you need is the courage to get started. Let Move Mama Move be your guide.
Don't wait until tomorrow, or until the timing seems perfect, or until this or that, or whatever reason you can come up with to put this off.
Your next step starts right here if you're ready to get started.
And if you're ready, I've got you covered.