Ensure as Stress-Free Experience as Possible
Stress is expected during preparations for relocation. It’s not only for the ever more work to be done, but there’s also some fear of moving somewhere in our mind, especially if you’re relocating for the first time. Luckily, there’s a tip or two for that, too.
While making a schedule, reserve a reasonable amount of slots for breaks. Reward yourself for every finished task with a chapter of a book, an episode of a TV show, or a simple cup of coffee or a pint of beer. Another great option is hanging out with friends. Not only can it spirit away dark thoughts and anxiety about moving to another state, but it can fulfill another vital function pertaining to relocation, namely emptying the fridge. Since frozen and perishable food can’t be shipped in a truck, it has to be either donated or eaten. If your friends are helping you pack, the least you can do for them is to prepare a meal. And, of course, allow them dibs on stuff at a garage sale. It is much easier to finish the job, but also to say goodbye, in a relaxed atmosphere filled with jokes, beer, and stories of endeavors.