Are you thinking about accepting a job offer on the other side of the country? Are you unsure yet as to whether the move will be temporary or whether it'll be a permanent relocation? Moving to another state can be fun, but it can also be hectic. Whether the move is going to be relatively sudden or you've been considering it for a while, here are some tips to help make sure that the process goes smoothly:
Start donating and throwing things away: Almost everyone inevitably starts to gather things that they either don't want or can't use anymore. These things get shoved into a hall closet, into the attic, or down in a basement and are forgotten about. Even if you're not completely sure whether you'll be moving, now is a good time to start pulling out all of this forgotten stuff. If the items are in good condition, they can be donated to your favorite charity. If you haven't got a favorite charity, you could, of course, hold a yard sale or sell the items online. If you have a lot of broken items and small garbage cans, it may take several weeks to throw everything out with the regular trash. You may want to gather everything up into one load and drive it all to the dump to get rid of it all at once.
Divide the remainder into necessary and unnecessary: For temporary relocations, there may be things that you want to keep, but that will be of no use where you're going. For example, if you're moving from Minnesota to California, you probably won't need much in the way of heavy winter clothing. Moving these extraneous items with you can be a time-consuming hassle, so you should consider looking for available self storage units. Putting as much stuff as possible into storage and only taking the bare essentials with you will help keep your relocation costs as low as possible. If you're only going to be at the new job for a few months, your necessary belongings may be able to fit in just a couple of large suitcases.
Consider portable self storage units: Portable self storage units are great for when you're not sure whether a job will become permanent. You fill the unit or units with your belongings and leave it or them in your current location. If you come back, you can take your items out of storage and back into your house or apartment. On the other hand, if you accept a permanent position in your new city, you can easily have your belongings shipped to you. This could save you quite a bit of money when you compare the shipping costs of portable self storage units to the cost of taking time off of work to go back to your old home to pack everything up and move it to your new city.
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16 July 2016
Do you have too much stuff and not enough space? If so, you don't have to get rid of the things that you enjoy collecting or having. Instead, you can use a storage unit to store the things that you won't immediately be using or needing. This blog is loaded with tips for storing all sorts of things. You will learn how to pack, store, organize and log all of the things that you move from your home to the storage unit so that you can easily find what you are looking for in the same condition as when you put it there.