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The last time you moved, how did everything go? If you are like most people, there might have been a few things you wish you could go back and change. It isn't always easy to completely streamline something as large scale as moving, but with the right focus, you can make things a lot easier. I wanted to make things better in my own life when I found out I was moving, so I started doing some research. I learned so much that I decided to create a blog all about creating a stronger workflow during a relocation situation. I hope you enjoy it!


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Let's face it, moving is never fun. The time and energy that it takes to pack all your belongings up and move them can be very stressful, so finding ways to make the move easier is important. There are ways to reduce the stress and make it easier for you, your family, or anyone else affected by the move.

Making A Plan

It has been said that information is power and if that is true, having all the information about what you need, where you are going, and how you will get there can only make your move easier, right? Before you start your move, sit down and put together a plan that includes what needs to be packed and in what time frame. Plan the route you will take if you are driving to the new home, and make notes about fuel locations, food stops, bathroom breaks along the way, and hotels if you are stopping for a night. Just having a solid plan can take the stress out of the move and make it easier for all involved.

Hiring a Mover

Hiring a mover is a great way to reduce the stress of your move. You can take the steps involving loading the truck, driving to the new home, and unloading the truck right off of your to-do list.

A long-distance mover may take a few extra days because they will try to find several people moving from your starting location to your end location so they can fill the truck up and save expenses. But even if you arrive a day or two ahead of the movers, it might be worth the cost just to not have to deal with loading and unloading the truck. For more information on long-distance movers, take a look at a site like

There are companies out there that will do private moves, meaning you have the entire truck to yourself and the items arrive earlier, but these situations are going to bring a higher cost and it may take some work to find a company that offers it. 

Try to Make It Fun

If you are moving your family across the country and have hired a mover to drive your belongings to your new home, you might be able to plan the time into your drive to stop and see the sights along the way. Take a look at your route and see if there are any historic sites, fun family things to visit, or things to see along the way. Talk to your family about what you found and see what they are interested in checking out. It can add a little fun to a stressful trip and make things a little easier on everybody.