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How To Make Moving House As Stress-Free As Possible*

Personally, I like a stress-free life; which means that when it comes to things that can cause me stress I want to be as organised as possible. I have moved home a couple of times over the past few years and definitely have picked up some tips to make life easier.  Of course, moving home can be fun too so don’t be put off, just enjoy it and relish in the chaos a little. 
Be Organised
One of the most important things is to not leave things until the last minute. Do you ever have so much to do that you don’t know where to start, so you just don’t get started? Me too! However, we all know that is a tactic that rarely works and moving house is no exception. 
If you know you’re likely to move home anytime in the distant future, you can do your future self a favour by getting organised now. That might sound crazy, but look around at how much stuff you have – I bet you don’t need it all! Start to sort out what you have, what you need and what you might not want any more at all. Anything you have left you’ll need to pack up and move house, so feel free to be brutal!
Hire Some Help
I would definitely recommend looking into getting some professional help when it comes to moving. I have done it both ways and having a couple of pro’s that know what they’re doing definitely helps things to run much smoother. Don’t worry if you’re not sure of a company to use, just Google with your local area and you’ll find a variety of companies to choose from – For example moving Company in East London.
Just make sure you do some research – read up on their reviews, check their social media etc. so you can get an idea of the services they offer and how efficient they are. Contact them for some quotes and get everything ready. That way, when your moving day approaches and you’re ready to commit to moving house you have all the details you need to get a helping hand from a company that knows what they’re doing.
Choosing A New House
Moving house is a big deal, so take your time choosing somewhere new to live. In advance, create a list of things you would love, like and hate about a new house. That way you can start to tick off properties as they meet these criteria’s. In all honest you’ll probably need some flexibility as you’ll be very lucky if you find a house that ticks all of your boxes, but getting somewhere as close as possible is a great idea! There are websites you can check for things like education authorities, crime rates etc. You might even want to check out Just-Eat to see what take aways you can get before you commit to somewhere that doesn’t do a decent Chinese ;)