Moving Day Survival Kit

Moving can be and often is stressful even under the best of situations.

Creating a plan that works for you, your children, your parents or other loved ones is extremely helpful in simplifying the move process.

A moving plan as well as a Moving Day Survival Kit will ensure a smooth moving day for all.

Label items and pack them into your personal vehicle so you can access them easily:

Keys to new home – provided by Lawyer or Landlord on the day you take possession
Medicines – place in plastic containers or zip locks and label only those required for approximately 3 days
Bottled water
Cheque book – to pay movers or other services
Bathroom basics – Pack an overnight bag of appropriate amounts for each bathroom and number of people in the home. Towels, soap, toiletries, hair brushes, cosmetics, hair care, tooth paste and brushes.
Tool kit – Screwdriver, cordless drill, power cord, hammer, nails, screws and plugs
Box cutter and scissors
Plastic garbage bags – various sizes
Light bulbs – pack various sizes
Kitchen basics – bin of essentials needed for meals i.e. plates, flatware, cutting knife, mugs
Cleaning basics – dish soap, dish towels, paper towels, Lysol wipes
Flashlight with new batteries
Address book
• Extra eye glasses
• Telephone/Cellular Phone
Change of clothes for 2-3 days.

Moving your family, downsizing your home or Downsizing a Seniors home can be hard work.

To help you with the transition utilize the tips and recommendations in my blog to help you in those areas.

Click on the following to get blog posts to help you:

Downsizing can happen at any age

Moving & Downsizing Seniors – A life transition

Moving Seniors to a smaller Home

Moving can be a happy time!

As well download my free closet report to help you clean out your closets while packing and to help you set up closets in your new home.

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