Moving can be a stressful, complicated affair, especially for families with children and pets - and yet most of the moving tips out there seem to center on the importance of packing boxes and making checklists.
A good checklist might keep you organized and reduce anxiety, but we noticed that there was a certain “human element” lacking in these endless lists.
We wanted to create some helpful moving hints that focused less on the physical aspects of moving to a new house, and more on doing what it takes to make a happy home once you get there. Finding a new home should be an exciting, joyful affair — and that’s something you can’t always get from a checklist. With that in mind, we created this list of 100 tips for a successful relocation that focus on the “human element” of moving.
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