The beginning of a new path, new home, new habits, new arrangements, moving from our home to a new one is an exciting experience, but what lies in between is a little less. The word "move" makes anyone anxious, yes because the discomfort of the loss of our points of reference is destabilizing not only for adults but also for children. But what makes all of this such a hellish adventure?
Surely a messy environment tests any person, especially if you are dealing with maniacs of order, in this case the most effective solution is to try to leave as few things out of place as possible, try starting with the smallest objects and that could be easily lost. Put everything you remove from its original location in the boxes: moving, momentary supports on a piece of furniture or the other will only create even more mess. In this case, the rule is "if you don't have to pack it yet, leave it where it is for the moment".
The rush and the tight deadlines
Maybe because the transfer is sudden, but let's be honest, most of the time it's a matter of procrastination. Yes, because instead of starting to put away a little at a time in the days before the move, we always end up doing the whole last weekend and it is the end of most of the stories related to the move. Start ordering everything in time, think about it, you have a lot of things at home that have been there for years, maybe almost or totally unused: you can pick them up immediately, if you haven't used them up to now you will certainly not need them during the waiting time. new accommodation.
The underestimation of the company
Of course, everyone can move, but it is certainly not child's play, especially since seeing all the objects arranged in order around the house does not give the idea of the real volume when they are then grouped together for movement, much less is it taken into account. how many accidents along the way can hinder the schedule (maybe a piece of furniture that you thought to take apart in 10 minutes takes you an hour).
Canning is an art
Seriously, don't we want to take into account the fragility of things in all this? We certainly cannot throw all the elements into the boxes, especially the fragile ones because they are entirely or partially made of glass, hoping they will arrive safely at their destination. Everything must be arranged in an orderly manner, trying to fit all the pieces together and leaving as little space as possible to ensure the 'almost' absence of vibrations and collisions between one object and another. The advice is to wrap everything with bubble wrap or, in the absence of it, with classic newspaper sheets.
In these cases, asking friends and relatives for a hand could be almost necessary, of course you can do it independently, but extra arms never hurt, they speed up the time and relieve the weight of the move, in addition to the weight of the boxes.