Aug 7, 2017 -
If you've ever been to the store and had a cart full of goods that you didn't know what to do with, you know how hard it can be to begin to move to your new home when you're still finding your way around the store and trying to figure out what you're going to do. This is one of the biggest drawbacks of unpacking: the amount of time it takes to get organized. Here are some tips on how to start unpacking the day you move.
When unpacking, you want to try to do it as quickly as possible. The more you drag around your things, the more time it takes to pack everything up. So, you're best off packing the day of your move. Then, you can put your things away the day after and then organize the day after that.
The first thing you want to do is get rid of anything that is not absolutely necessary. This includes things you have never used before such as your children's sports cards, or your wedding album. While these may be sentimental pieces, they are probably not useful to you and therefore shouldn't be in your cart.
You also want to get rid of things that are likely to be useless. Things like old photos of you and your family, old decorations, and old furniture are all likely to end up in your trash once you move, so it makes sense to get rid of them as soon as possible. While you're doing this, remember to get rid of anything that isn't absolutely necessary, and remember to pack anything you've received as presents.
When you're moving, you want to start unpacking as soon as possible. This means you need to start the day before the move. This is the day where you'll go through all of your things, and you'll get rid of anything that you don't need.
Organizing this way, you'll have an easier time of it. The last thing you want to do is get into a cycle where you have to start organizing the day after you move, then get into a cycle where you have to start organizing the day after you get everything in your house. This is why you should organize your things early on the day of the move.
When you're organized, you'll have less to worry about when you're moving. This is because you'll be able to focus your energy on the things that you need to be working on. like packing up and organizing your new house.
So, you should get organized by the day you move. There's no reason why you can't be organized.
To get you started on how to start unpacking your house, you'll want to create an inventory of all of your things, and then label them by the type of items that you'll be getting rid of. It might be a good idea to list them in order of importance.
You can keep a journal of the things you're getting rid of and what you need to do with them. this will help you keep track of your progress as you go.
Once you're done listing the items that are absolutely necessary, you can organize the rest of your items. into piles. You can do this in order of importance, but it doesn't have to be that way.
Once you've gotten your house organized, you're ready to start packing. It's a great idea to take a break from your packing for the first couple of days.
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