MOVING HOUSE インクル子ども英会話浜松市



When moving there is a lot to consider. Do you take everything? Do you throw things away and buy new things? How do you throw things away? How long can you live without this item before you find and buy a new one? How big is your new place going to be compared to your current place? Is it bigger or smaller? Then there is the choice or moving companies or hiring a van and going about it yourself. All these choices affect each other, so it can be a bit daunting to get started.

First, focus on the stuff you don't need that is either broken or damaged. Time to throw it out. Start this process as early as possible to help give yourself a better idea of how much you really have. With the trash thrown out there is also more room to organize the stuff you will potentially take.

Next, focus on the big items; furniture, white goods, bicycles. Now might be a good opportunity to get something new, an upgrade. There is also the chance that something you currently own won't fit in the new place. It would be a shame to move an old refrigerator to a new place to find that the door doesn't open in the right direction or that it doesn't fit in the kitchen. You can think of the money you save by not moving big items like this as a discount on buying new ones, but be warned! You may have to pay a high price to have the city recycle it, as well as living with something like a refrigerator soon after moving may entice you to go out for dinner more often and spend more money.

If the stuff you have is in good or decent condition but you no longer want it, then instead of disposing of it you may be able to sell it, or give it away to others for free. There is a handy application to list unwanted items and local people can browse through them. This allows you to save money and reduce waste as others can reuse what you no longer need. It's a useful app to use in the new place you've moved to as well. For example maybe you need a kitchen table urgently, but don't have time to shop for one that suits you. So a temporary free or cheaper table can help you in the short term. A piece of advice when meeting people to give away your unwanted things. Chose a location such as a convenience store or park to make the process safer. Once you've decided what you are getting rid of you'll need to make a schedule. It can be a tight timeframe of still using things to live your daily life and making sure everything you no longer need is gone before moving day.

Once you are certain of what items you are moving you can then start deciding on what method you would like to use to move. Either paying a moving company or moving the stuff yourself. If possible put everything you will moving into one part of your home so you can visually see everything you will be keeping. Then decided if you'll be hiring a van or using a moving company.

The final step is to start packing things into boxes starting with your least essential items. Eating all the food you have in your fridge. Cleaning and saying goodbye to your old home and neighborhood.

One final word of advice. When you move something always gets broken. A plate, a favorite cup, a picture. It's part of the process and unavoidable. Something always gets broken, don't worry about it.

Have fun in your new home and exploring your new neighborhood.