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The Power of Running Through Divorce
johnyinfo11 deep
Posted: Tuesday, July 14, 2015 6:59 PM
Joined: 7/14/2015
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One tip I've come to swear by is having absolutely as much done two full days before the move. Put some clothes in a suitcase or duffle bag and live out of that. Keep out only a plate or two (or just eat out/take-away) and leave the barest essentials in your bathroom. This way the day before the move you have the day "free" to take care of any last minute issues, and deal with those meddlesome problems that almost always seem to spring up when you move. As well, hopefully you'll be able to get some much needed sleep before the relocation begins the next day.

 

It might sound cliché, but on the day of the move (and the weeks following up to it) try not to break a sweat over the small stuff. Prioritize those things that are most important to you, and your family (if moving with others). Keep a running checklist of everything that you've accomplished, from calling the bill companies to making sure the movers take a cheque. The more you plan, the better you'll be prepared and more smoothly your move may go.

 

No matter the reasons behind why you are moving, a move almost always comes with stress and anxiety. But I can tell you firsthand that when you look back, and marvel at how you managed to pack up all that stuff and move with only minor hitches you'll be glad that you moved, and even more happy that you were as prepared as possible. Now if I could only find that missing vase

 

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