It can be extremely exciting to move into a new place. The planning, the searching, placing an offer in and having that offer accepted can all culminate in a real sense of moving forward and excitement. You’ll likely start planning how your future life is going to look, imagine the move in process every day, and even celebrate with your family. It could be that you’re purchasing your first own home, moving to a new area for work, or generally upgrading your living standard. As the anchor of our lives, it’s not uncommon for us to feel deeply emotionally attached to our homes. Keeping that ‘new move energy’ in mind will be extremely important here, then.
What does this mean? First, we should define it. ‘New move energy’ is simply the feeling of motivation and excitement you can steward when going through this process, but you can burn it out quickly if you make incorrect choices, or don’t pace yourself correctly. The last thing you want when you’re fully moved in is to feel exhausted as a result of the process. No, you want to feel emboldened, lively, and willing to work on the future.
To preserve this feeling, consider our advice:
Use Competent Movers
If the moving process is a pain in your backside, you’re likely going to feel exhausted by the end of the actual moving process. There are so many seeming variables here that you couldn’t be blamed for feeling overwhelmed, or pretty much done with the process the moment that it begins. Movers that have trouble focusing on your requests, or place your personal objects in danger can make you feel pretty unhappy about the whole affair.
It’s often uncommon for someone to see this behavior and emergency-book another movers, because often your schedule and investment has already contributed to this day being the day that you do move. This is where finding a competent removals company for your area is important. Look at testimonials. If you can, speak to them in depth before hiring them. Competent movers can make everything so much easier, keep your property safe, and offer you insurance options to help you keep the eternal worrier satiated for now.
Don’t overplan. Sure, your new life is on its way. But planning the smallest details about your upcoming home decors, how you’re going to renovate the internals of the home, and exactly all the friends in the neighborhood you can make might leave the magic a little lacking when you actually try to interface with all this. While it can be hard to do, simply taking things as they come and staying grateful for the whole process can be much more enticing than you might have thought. This way, things stay fresh and you can take each day in your stride.
If you keep these two tips in mind, and use this entire process as a means to throw out the old and retain that which you hope, you can lighten your load of belongings very quickly and easily, helping your new life feel like a new life, and not simply dragging your old life to a new location.
We hope it holds up to everything you hoped it would be!
*This is a collaborative post.