4 Moving Tips for the Lazy Mover

Moving is a pain. Sure, there may be excitement attached to the move, such as a new job or the promise of new experiences in a new city. But underneath that excitement, moving is stressful. Packing up your entire life isn’t fun, no matter how you cut it. At the end of the day, you’ll end up pushing off a lot of your moving related tasks until right before the actual move takes place. If this sounds like you, then here are some tips for you, our fellow lazy mover. Leave your clothes on the hanger   We all end up packing up our closets last. After all, we need to wear our clothes before the move, right? Since you’ll inevitably wait until the last moment to pack up your clothes, how about just not packing them up? Leave everything on the hangers, and place the clothing(still on the hangers) into plastic kitchen trash bags. Cinch the bags, and you can now move your clothes this way. When you move into your new space, you can immediately hang up your clothes and not have to worry about unpacking.   Keep everything in your dresser drawers   Like we just mentioned, packing up your clothing is one of the worst parts of the move, and one of the last things to get packed up. If you have the space, keep everything in your dresser drawers during the move. We’ve seen people wrap their drawers with saran wrap to keep everything contained, because it’s probably not a great idea to try to move your dresser with the drawers still in it anyway. Again, saving space, and easier to unpack.   Utilize your suitcases during your move   You have all of these suitcases, and you have to move them, so why not use them? You don’t have to put clothes in them, you can literally put anything in them at all! Easier to move with the wheels and handle, and again, you’re saving space.   Pack your dishes with your textiles   There is such a risk when it comes to moving your dishes. Have you run out of newspaper pages to wrap your dishes in? Bubble wrap is expensive, and you can only steal your neighbors newspaper so many times before they realize it’s you. Instead, pack up your dishes with your textiles. Your towels and bedding will not only keep your dishes from breaking, but it saves space and means you have less to pack.

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