When organizing a move, odds are at some point you’re going to experience some moving stress that could leave you overwhelmed or unhappy. Whether you’re tackling a local move, long-distance move, or international move, managing moving stress is important to not only make sure you get everything done that needs to get done, but to also make sure you take care of yourself in the process. 

 

Though there’s a lot to coordinate in what’s often a short period of time, preparing yourself, your family, and your items in a manageable and organized way can make a huge difference in the level of stress you’ll experience during your relocation. If you’re wondering how best to manage moving stress or have a stress-free move, continue reading for our best tips. 

 

The Best Local and Long Distance Movers for You

Before we get into our top tips for managing your moving stress, let’s touch on the importance of finding the right household moving company for you.

Whether you’ve moved plenty of times in the past or are currently tackling your first move ever, having the right movers on your side makes all of the difference not only in how much stress you experience during your relocation but in preserving the safety of your household items. 

 

With nearly 25 years in the business of moving families safely and efficiently, Excel Moving & Storage makes it our top priority to provide you with the exact moving experience you need to get ahead and manage your stress levels. 

 

As a proud agent of Allied Van Lines, we’re also proud to have the resources and expertise behind us to take you and your family’s household items anywhere in the country or anywhere in the world with ease. With Excel Moving & Storage, you’ll never have to stress about the efficiency or secureness of your items’ transition – we’ve got you covered. 

 

How to Have a Stress-Free Move

After choosing the best North Carolina movers with your relocation, you’ll then want to get ready for your move itself, plus anything that might come with it. So how do you manage your moving stress, while also making sure everything is ready to go for your move in a timely manager? Let’s get into our top 5 stress-free moving tips. 

 

 

  • Make a List & Create a Plan

 

We know we’re making you a list here, but having an outline or a list of things to do on your own is imperative to making your move a smooth one. Figure out what you want your plan of attack to be, and tackle your move a little at a time according to your plan. 

 

 

  • Declutter Your Home

 

There’s no use transporting or moving items you don’t want or need anymore. Clear out your home and donate, sell, or get rid of old items you don’t need anymore. This will make your move easier and less expensive. 

 

 

  • Make Your Packing Outline

 

You’re going to want to start packing a bit at a time, as early as possible. Getting the bulk of your packing done gradually will make your entire process easier and less stressful. 

 

 

  • Convert Utilities

 

Don’t forget to convert the utilities from your old home to either the new renters or owner’s name, or have them turned off after you leave. Additionally, transfer the ones for your new place to your name and make sure they’re on for when you arrive. 

 

 

  • Pack Day-to-Day Items

 

While waiting for your items to be delivered to you, you’re going to want to pack the things you’ll need to tide you over in the meantime. Think clothes, toiletries, pet supplies, etc. 

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