Many of us dread the idea of moving. It’s a time-consuming tasks that leaves us exhausted and turns everything into a mess. But what if moving could be fun? Would you then get excited whenever the time came to move? Let’s find out.
It’s hard to determine why our brains tend to associate moving with all-things negative. Perhaps it’s because they see it as a chore, making us less excited as result.
Of course, we can’t trick our brains into feeling excited every time we need to move, so other techniques have to be used instead.
Setting the mood –
Although it may sound rather silly, setting the right mood can make a difference when moving. By surrounding yourself with things that make you happy, you can improve your mood. This will lead to increased productivity, even when dealing with mundane and repetitive tasks.
Sometimes it can be as simple as listening to your favourite playlist. By getting yourself in the right mood, you’re going to enjoy the process a lot more.
Getting the family involved –
If you are moving with your family, it’s always a good idea to get everyone involved. Children might not be too happy about having to help, but you can attempt to make it exciting for them.
By getting the family involved, not only will you spend more time together but you will also get everything done, whilst having fun.
There’s nothing better than getting messy and going bonkers with your loved ones. Sometimes, it can make all the difference in the world.
Moving can be a great opportunity for you to declutter. You have to go through all your stuff anyway, so why not throw some of it away or give it to charity.
Throwing away old things that you no longer use can be a very freeing experience. If you’re unsure about certain items, you can always get some mobile self storage to help you remain organised.
Instead of throwing everything in boxes and dealing with it at your new house, try to take care of everything prior to the move. This will give you the opportunity to unpack at your new residence, knowing there’s no rubbish to throw out.
Planning ahead –
Before moving anywhere, it’s always a good idea to come up with a plan. You want the process to be as easy as possible; therefore, putting together a short plan can make it a lot easier for you.
What many people neglect to do is plan ahead, which can make or break your moving experience.
Moving a house should never be a difficult. If you’re dreading the process, simply try looking at it from a different perspective. Instead of seeing it as a chore, try to see it as an opportunity. But only can you declutter your life, but you can do so whilst having fun with your family. Moving a house is often an important part of one’s journey. Don’t let the experience be ruined for you by fear or anger.
Love, Charlotte x
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