5 Things To Avoid Ending Up With Clutter After Moving To A New Home

Moving to a new home can be both an exciting and stressful. But it can also be a lot of fun planning out how you are going to set up your new house and put your own personal stamp on it. At the same time, moving can be stressful. To begin with, there is the time consuming, physical task of actually packing up all of your possession in your home or apartment that you are moving out of. This is usually not what most people consider to be a great time. Then there is the physical moving of your items into the moving van, hauling them to your new place and then repeating the past steps in reverse.

Most people get it in their head that they are going to free themselves from all the clutter that might be annoying them in their existing home. The thought of moving to a new house often comes with the intention of making sure that your new house is much better organized. The problem is that the process of moving often has the effect of generating brand new clutter in your new home. For starters, it can take a while to really get everything properly and fully unpacked and placed into its new location.

If you want to avoid this scenario and end up with a new home as cluttered as your previous one might have been, there are some key points to keep in mind. The main thing to consider is you might need to place some of your possessions into a storage unit. Real Storage Group offers the ideal solution to this situation and the company is known for being able to provide creative storage solutions to customers that have a wide range of differing needs.

These 5 Tips Will Help You Achieve A Clutter-Free House When You Move:

1. Be proactive and begin the process of eliminating clutter before you move. Learn how to pack for a move and have a clear plan of which room each box should go.

The second thing you should be doing while packing is to decide what can be kept and what can be thrown out by the time you actually make the move. This is the perfect time to get rid of things that you know that you don't need. It's also recommended to label everything. Staying organized throughout the moving process is key to keeping things from becoming disorganized.

2. If you have an item that you think you might need someday but aren't sure, then consider it clutter and get rid of it or donate it

This seems simple enough, but the truth is, the clutter people have in their homes stems from being unable to unload their stuff. When you are moving, determine which items you need and which ones you don't. A general rule is if you're thinking you might someday need an item, but not sure when, then get rid of it. For items you simply cannot bring yourself to get rid of, you may well need to consider putting them in storage.

3. Work on keeping your new house clutter-free on the first day

Once you are in your new home, don't unpack a little over time. You need to get things in order quickly.

4. Carefully consider how you are going to store things in your new house

Consider what type of storage space is available in your new home. After that, come up with a plan to store items you may need in the future as well as items that you might not use regularly but have sentimental value.

5. Don't hesitate to get yourself a storage unit if you really do have a lot of items that you need to sort through but don't want them to take up space in your home.

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