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Chicagoland Moving Veterans Offer Easy Moving Tips

May 17, 2011

Moving can be taxing both mentally and physically, but it doesn’t have to be. We caught up with Kyle Burback from Chicago Movers and he gave us these tips to make your move easy.

“What separates easy moves and difficult and stressful moves,” says Burback, “is about an hour of preparation to make a plan, and then executing on that plan.

“I think if people knew how harried they were going to be as their move approached everybody would plan better, but hey, we might be out of a job if people planned better,” chuckles Burback.

Kyle laid out a simple and easy list to help you get prepared for your upcoming move.

  • Start early, to not feel rushed start packing at least six weeks in advance
  • Try to pack at least one thing every day
  • Throw a packing party with friends and pay for beer and pizza, make it fun
  • Find a friend or family member to help watch your kids and/or pets during the move
  • Try to make the mood cheerful
  • Don’t rush moving any objects big or small, that is when injuries happen
  • If you can afford it hire movers to help
  • Purchase your moving boxes online and pay wholesale prices
  • When packing boxes write on each box where you want the box to go in your new home
  • Eat food you have in your freezer and pantry the last two weeks before your move so you don’t have to bother moving it and it will also save you money
  • Eat off paper plates the last few days and pack all your glassware
  • Take as much time off from your job as possible as moving takes a lot out of you mentally and physically
  • Don’t attempt to move pianos or any other piece of furniture that might kill you unless you 100% know what you are doing
  • Drink plenty of water the day of the move
  • Ask at the post office how and when you need to forward your mail
  • Smile, your move will go much easier if you have the right attitude

For more information and tips, visit http://chicagomovers.org/

Moving can be taxing both mentally and physically but it doesn’t have to be. We caught up with Kyle Burback from Chicago Movers and he gave us these tips to make your move easy.

“What separates easy moves and difficult and stressful moves,” says Burback, “is about an hour of preparation to make a plan, and then executing on that plan. I think if people knew how harried they were going to be as their move approached everybody would plan better, but hey, we might be out of a job if people planned better,” chuckles Burback.

Kyle laid out a simple and easy set out a simple and easy list to help you get prepared for your upcoming move.

  • Start early, to not feel rushed start packing at least six weeks in advance
  • Try to pack at least one thing every day
  • Throw a packing party with friends and pay for beer and pizza, make it fun
  • Find a friend or family member to help watch your kids and/or pets during the move
  • Try to make the mood cheerful
  • Don’t rush moving any objects big or small, that is when injuries happen
  • If you can afford it hire movers to help
  • Purchase your moving boxes online and pay wholesale prices
  • When packing boxes write on each box where you want the box to go in your new home
  • Eat food you have in your freezer and pantry the last two weeks before your move so you don’t have to bother moving it and it will also save you money
  • Eat off paper plates the last few days and pack all your glassware
  • Take as much time off from your job as possible as moving takes a lot out of you mentally and physically
  • Don’t attempt to move pianos or

Moving can be taxing both mentally and physically but it doesn’t have to be. We caught up with Kyle Burback from Chicago Movers and he gave us these tips to make your move easy.

“What separates easy moves and difficult and stressful moves,” says Burback, “is about an hour of preparation to make a plan, and then executing on that plan. I think if people knew how harried they were going to be as their move approached everybody would plan better, but hey, we might be out of a job if people planned better,” chuckles Burback.

Kyle laid out a simple and easy set out a simple and easy list to help you get prepared for your upcoming move.

  • Start early, to not feel rushed start packing at least six weeks in advance
  • Try to pack at least one thing every day
  • Throw a packing party with friends and pay for beer and pizza, make it fun
  • Find a friend or family member to help watch your kids and/or pets during the move
  • Try to make the mood cheerful
  • Don’t rush moving any objects big or small, that is when injuries happen
  • If you can afford it hire movers to help
  • Purchase your moving boxes online and pay wholesale prices
  • When packing boxes write on each box where you want the box to go in your new home
  • Eat food you have in your freezer and pantry the last two weeks before your move so you don’t have to bother moving it and it will also save you money
  • Eat off paper plates the last few days and pack all your glassware
  • Take as much time off from your job as possible as moving takes a lot out of you mentally and physically
  • Don’t attempt to move pianos or any other piece of furniture that might kill you unless you 100% know what you are doing
  • Drink plenty of water the day of the move
  • Ask at the post office how and when you need to forward your mail
  • Smile, your move will go much easier if you have the right attitude

http://chicagomovers.org/   (Important: no www in this url)

http://www.movingdayboxes.com/moving-boxes-chicago.html

Moving can be taxing both mentally and physically but it doesn’t have to be. We caught up with Kyle Burback from Chicago Movers and he gave us these tips to make your move easy.

“What separates easy moves and difficult and stressful moves,” says Burback, “is about an hour of preparation to make a plan, and then executing on that plan. I think if people knew how harried they were going to be as their move approached everybody would plan better, but hey, we might be out of a job if people planned better,” chuckles Burback.

Kyle laid out a simple and easy set out a simple and easy list to help you get prepared for your upcoming move.

  • Start early, to not feel rushed start packing at least six weeks in advance
  • Try to pack at least one thing every day
  • Throw a packing party with friends and pay for beer and pizza, make it fun
  • Find a friend or family member to help watch your kids and/or pets during the move
  • Try to make the mood cheerful
  • Don’t rush moving any objects big or small, that is when injuries happen
  • If you can afford it hire movers to help
  • Purchase your moving boxes online and pay wholesale prices
  • When packing boxes write on each box where you want the box to go in your new home
  • Eat food you have in your freezer and pantry the last two weeks before your move so you don’t have to bother moving it and it will also save you money
  • Eat off paper plates the last few days and pack all your glassware
  • Take as much time off from your job as possible as moving takes a lot out of you mentally and physically
  • Don’t attempt to move pianos or any other piece of furniture that might kill you unless you 100% know what you are doing
  • Drink plenty of water the day of the move
  • Ask at the post office how and when you need to forward your mail
  • Smile, your move will go much easier if you have the right attitude

http://chicagomovers.org/   (Important: no www in this url)

http://www.movingdayboxes.com/moving-boxes-chicago.html

  • any other piece of furniture that might kill you unless you 100% know what you are doing
  • Drink plenty of water the day of the move
  • Ask at the post office how and when you need to forward your mail
  • Smile, your move will go much easier if you have the right attitude

http://chicagomovers.org/ (Important: no www in this url)

http://www.movingdayboxes.com/moving-boxes-chicago.html

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1 Comments

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These are excellent moving tips. I absolutely hate having to pack and move. I hope I never have to do it again!

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