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Plan Your move!

Moving goes best when you plan far in advance. It’s simple advice but great. You should expect that everything won’t go as planned. Having extra time to deal with these difficulties will help you to keep the stress off.

Create an inventory list. Before you move, you will want to have some idea of how much stuff is being moved. By making an inventory list you will know ahead of time what you plan on moving. It will also keep you organized, and your movers will appreciate the list. Just be sure to let your movers know of any major changes to the list.

Be sure to keep your valuable items with you. It may be rare, but something can happen to your items during shipping. It would be a good idea to keep important things like birth certificates, prescription medicines, and other valuables on your person. If you have high-value items like art or antiques, be sure to tell your movers about them. They will make sure that everything is packed properly to keep your items safe.

It’s is good to plan ahead when moving. There are small things that you may not even think about when moving. For example, you will need to make sure to forward your mail right before you leave. By requesting USPS mail forwarding a few days before you leave, it will ensure that your mail gets sent to the right address. Additionally, you need need to update all of your subscriptions once you move. These can include magazines, newspapers, and more. Once you are at your new home, plan on taking a trip to the DMV. Most states require you to get a new license within 2 weeks of moving to a new place. In Florida, you have 30 days within your move. You can change your address online or at the DMV. You will need proof of identification, social security, and two proofs of Florida address.

Pick a Reputable Moving Company

When choosing what moving company you are going with you need to do your research. Look at the company’s testimonials. What do the reviews say?

Budget For The Cost Of Living Differences

In your new city or town, the cost of living will likely be different. There are online tools available that lets you get a good idea of what your costs will be.

Typically, the more that movers have to move, the more it will cost. It would be best for you to not have things moved that you don’t need or want. When you are going through your belongings, you can sort them into piles. One pile for things that can be thrown away, one pile for things you plan on keeping, and another pile for things you want to donate. If you do decide to donate, be sure to save your receipt as they might be tax-deductible.

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