And when you’re busy packing all day, you don’t have to worry about making dinner – just dump it and forget it.
Basically, it does all of the thinking for you so you can stress less and just check things off one at a time.
Basically, if you’re moving, you NEED to get your hands on this ready-to-print binder.
Before you actually dive into the packing, consider setting up a supplies station.
Just grab everything you’ll be needing (packing tape, scissors, sharpies, and labels) and throw them in a basket or box that you can tote around with you as you pack the different rooms of the house.
(By the way, I totally recommend retractable sharpie markers so you aren’t constantly losing and looking for the cap.) Meal planning and cooking always gets challenging once you start packing up the house.
And fast food meals can get old (and expensive) fast.
Not only with this save you time and money in the long run, but it will also help get you cleaned up and organized.Consider having a garage sale, selling unwanted items online, or donating to charities, thrift stores, or friends.My family recently moved and let me tell you, I WISH I would have found all of these tips before we did. We’ve found ideas and tips to help out with EACH stage of your move. (Because we love you.) That way you can pin this post now, then come back to it and scroll down whenever you’re ready for the next step. organized and prepared with The Ultimate Moving Organization Binder!There are some seriously genius ideas that I’m totally kicking myself for not thinking of. This baby seriously has EVERYTHING you need for a smooth move including: a Moving Timeline Checklist, Monthly and Weekly Calendars, a Moving Budget Breakdown, a Cleaning Checklist, an Important Contacts Sheet, and MORE!
That’s why we LOVE this tip: prep some freezer crockpot meals in advance!
That way you can pack everything in the kitchen except for your crockpot.