Make Moving a Breeze: Tips and Tricks for the Whole Family

Maybe you’re leaving a small apartment for a big kitchen and backyard, or maybe you’re moving across the country so you can live around the corner from your loved ones. No matter what, even if your kids are pumped for the move, they probably also feel like their lives are being uprooted.

Since moving is one of the top stressors in life, it’s important to know how to make it a more enjoyable process (especially when you’ve got children in the mix!) Fortunately, there are plenty of stress-free moving tips you can follow. Not only will you make the moving process easier, but also you’ll help reassure the kids during a time when they’re dealing with a lot of changes.

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Guide to Organizing a Family Move Without Losing Your Mind

Swapping one home for another is a stressful experience for just about anyone. It’s messy, time-consuming, and an overall hassle. However, it’s an even bigger stressor for children. They have absolutely no idea what’s going on around them and can’t possibly control the situation. This causes a whole lot of frustration for both them and you as a parent. On the other hand, if you thought that organizing a family move without losing your mind was impossible, think again. As long as you deal with the situation early on and follow the tips we’ve compiled in this guide, your move can definitely be a success.

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Getting Your New Home Ready To Move Into

Moving home can be stressful, and one way to relieve some of this stress is by preparing your new home before moving in. You can do many things to make the transition much more comfortable, and it will also be much easier doing some of these things before moving your belongings into your new home. Below are some ways to prepare your new home and get it ready to move into and help relieve some of the stress and hassle.

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Things You Should Never Forget to Pack For Vacation 

People are always excited about their vacation and tend to plan for it for months. Vacations are expensive, and not everyone can afford them multiple times per year. However, we should make most of the short trips and holidays that we manage to squeeze in to our busy lives. Things happen at a very rapid pace, and people can forget to take important things with them.

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How to Have a Stress Free Move

Home relocation is an exciting milestone! It’s full of new experiences and perfect for a fresh start. However, it can also be an extremely stressful and time-consuming ordeal that takes a toll on even the best planners. Fortunately, we’ve put an infographic together with strategies that can help you! You can utilize these tips before and during the move to make the lengthy process as efficient as possible. Here are some ideas for a smooth and seamless transition to your new home!

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4 Tips to Moving Out of Your Parent’s Home

First of all, congratulations! Moving out of your parents’ house is a huge step. Whether you’re moving down the block or across the country, you’re on your way to living your best, most independent life. Before you start dreaming about how you’re going to blast music at 2:00 a.m. or stock your pantry with the sugary cereals your mom never buys, there are a few things you should know. Let’s take a look at four tips for moving out of your parents’ home.

Talk About Storage Logistics

More often than not, leaving the nest doesn’t mean taking every single thing you own with you. If you plan to leave your high school yearbooks or your old sports trophies with mom and dad, make sure to talk to them about it first. Otherwise, you better start looking at storage units

Either way, you don’t want to be unpleasantly surprised when your bedroom has been converted to an at-home gym the next time you visit. Communication is key! 

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How to Help Your Kid Cope With Moving

Even if you’re moving down the street, the relocation can be very stressful for the whole family. Parents are often busy with all the planning, packing the entire home, organizing the relocation of all family members to the new house, etc. Sometimes, they don’t recognize the signs of stress their children show or simply don’t know how to deal with it. Despite being young, kids can get very emotional about leaving their old house, friends, etc. To make things easier for the whole family, we’ve gathered a list of tips on how to help your kid cope with moving. 

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4 Packing Hacks to Make Moving a Breeze


Some people handle major moves with ease. In seemingly no time at all, these individuals can get their belongings packed up, transported to their new homes, unboxed, and put away. However, for others, moving is always an overly long-running event that includes sore backs, lost or damaged items, and months of sorting things and gradually putting them away. If you’re in the process of planning your next move and want to handle the entire effort with skill and finesse, these four packing hacks will get you started.

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Make Your Next Move a Bit Easier

Whether you are getting ready to move, or have a friend or family member who is, it can be a very stressful time for all involved. Packing and cleaning, meeting deadlines and keeping the family on schedule can become a big deal. There are a few do-ahead preparations that can help ease the tension and allow things to go more smoothly.

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5 Smart Tricks to Move to a New Home

Moving is one of the biggest tasks you could have in your household. It’s tough enough to have to obtain all your furniture and important items, but moving them is another story entirely. It’s an organizational nightmare. Not only do you have to pay a lot of money for a moving company, but you also have to make sure everything is packed just right so that you can still have your items when they’ve arrived at your new home. A lot of people have gone through this process, which is why there are some tricks that have been passed down from more experienced movers.

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