You found a new place to move in. It’s probably near where you work and would save you a lot of travelling time. It’s convenient and a lot more cheaper than where you are staying now.

The only problem is, it’s smaller. And you have so much valuable stuff you can’t just ditch out!

With that, you need to be as organized as possibly as you can be. And a plan where to place all your excess things you don’t ~really need~ but somehow valuable to you.

From Tara Nolan‘s article in www.styleathome.com, she shared  tips on how to move in easily to your new home.

21 TIPS FOR AN EASY MOVE

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Let’s face it: Unless you’re a minimalist, moving is one of the biggest household tasks there is and it can be extremely overwhelming. But if you can get a head start and stay organized, you should make it through this mammoth process unscathed and ready to enjoy your new abode. Here are 21 tips to help you avoid moving day chaos.

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Having a move strategy is a must, of course. Be organized, picking the right transportation to avoid more than one trip and having an inventory list should be on top of your list!

But you might still be a little confused with how you will store your little trinkets, antique vases, or just “WHICH BOXES SHOULD YOU BE GETTING??”

Here’s an article written by the Realtor Team from realtor.com helping you decide which box storage you need to use and more packaging guide once you move out.

Do-It-Yourself Packing Guide Tips: Boxes

 

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As your moving day approaches, you may find yourself looking around and wonder, “What should I do with all my stuff?” Packing is one of the greatest headaches associated with moving; loose knick-knacks, trinkets and assorted goods, oddly-shaped pieces of furniture and personal wardrobes each present their own packing challenges.

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Now that you are all geared up and you need affordable, reliable and safe moving, let Diamond Storage help you with that.

Check out the website to know more: www.diamondstorage.us

Good luck and congratulations with your new home!

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