[A054] Move Yo Butt: Make Moving Day Easy

We’ve all had to move at some point. Here’s how to handle moving day like a boss.

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Have you moved recently?

Maybe you are considering making a move soon.

Today, the average person has moved six times by the time s/he turns 30. Moving day is never fun, but it’s something you’ll have to face at some point — and probably more than once.

As you get ready to make a move, though, things can be difficult and expensive. We provide an honest look at what it takes to move, and what you can expect as moving day approaches.

Concepts

  • When does it make sense to move?
  • Sometimes it doesn’t make sense to move, even you hope to “start fresh.”
  • How to pack up your belongings so it’s easier to distribute them when you get to your new place.
  • How to decide whether to go full-service, DIY, or use a hybrid approach.
  • Tips for getting rid of things ahead of moving day.
  • Pitfalls to be aware of when you use movers.

Use the “do nows” to start getting organized for moving day. We look at strategies you can use now to make sure nothing gets left behind.

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[A054] Move Yo Butt: Make Moving Day Easy was last modified: March 3rd, 2017 by Harlan and Miranda

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