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Moving house can be a stressful process that takes a long time and is full of inevitable ups and downs. We have come up with some ways that can help to relieve stress when you are moving home.

Take Breaks from Arranging the Move and Relax

It’s undeniable that moving house can be a stressful process. So, make sure you take some time out from it all to chill out a bit, and relax watching some TV. Be grateful for what you’ve got and that you’re able to move to a nice new home.

Try not to let the stress of moving house get you down. If you’re struggling with the workload on your own, try and assign tasks to other people in your household moving with you, for example by getting your family to help out and pack some boxes. If you live on your own at the moment and you are moving to a new house where you will be living alone, perhaps politely ask family or friends to come round and help you out.

Self-Storage Units

Moving all your possessions can be quite a task, particularly if there’s a period in between you selling your property and moving into a new one. Sometimes, you may feel you have so much stuff that it can’t be transported quickly by a few trips to and fro from a removal firm. But don’t clutter up your home and risk putting the sale of your current property in jeopardy, contact a self-storage company. Easy Access self-storage units offer a great solution for anybody moving home looking for secure self-storage units where their possessions will be protected by 24-hour security.

Try and Get a Buyer for Your Current Home

Unless you are a rental tenant, a first-time buyer, or currently residing in a property you don’t own yourself, you will firstly need to find a buyer and sell your home before being able to move into your new one. So, it’s important to get the ball rolling and to secure a buyer for your current home.

Make sure your home has been properly cleaned and decluttered from top to bottom before potential buyers are shown around your property. After the deal goes through, you may want to look into getting a professional cleaning service into your property to help you out and make sure the place is sparkling clean for the new owners. If you are moving out of a rented property and want to avoid paying hefty service charge penalties from your landlord, you may also want to look into using a professional cleaning service.

Move Quickly

When the moving process drags on and takes far too long it can be draining and frustrating and add a lot of stress to your life.

The main pieces of the jigsaw are accepting a buyer’s offer for your current property, and then having your offer accepted for your new property. You may want to try and speed up the moving process if it’s dragging on too long. If you are finding that nobody is interested in buying your house and you just can’t sell it, you may have priced your property too highly and it’s not realistic that people will pay that much for it. If that’s the case, you may want to decide to drop the asking price for the sale of your home.

Moving home should not be something which ruins your day-to-day quality of life. Take small steps to ensure the moving process is as stress free as possible.

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I’m Stacey, in my mid-late 30’s, from a tiny village (officially a hamlet) in Lincolnshire.

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