To play upon Shakespeare’s Hamlet, the question to ask is
“To move, or not to move”.
It’s not much of a question at all if
your landlord is a penny pinching miser whose first words are always money related. “Our doubts are traitors and make us lose the good we oft might win by fearing to attempt”. So stop lollygagging and hit your local classifieds or go to a respectable agent to help you find a new stage to call home.
So you’ve found a new house or apartment, then the first step would be to prepare for your move. Shakespeare once said that things done well and with a care, exempt themselves from fear. Taking the time to make sure all your boxes are properly labelled and stored would not only cut down on moving time but also the risk of damaging any of your property. Use quality removal boxes that are of the proper size and this will ensure that not only will you be able to stack them, they won’t become so heavy that you can’t carry them to the truck. If you’ve caught the chills of laziness then organising a prepacker with your removalist is a good option. They will not only pack your valuables quickly and carefully but will make sure that all your boxes are ready for moving day.
Next, would be to move your items or find someone who can help you move. In searching for the perfect removalist it would be wise to keep in mind “expectation is the root of all heartache” …unless you hire someone with 27 years of experience, who continually exceeds their customer’s desires (shameless plug). Hiring a professional to help you move gives you distinct advantages such as equipment, knowledge and physicality. These men are trained and highly qualified to move your furniture quickly, safely and with no fuss.
Now you’ve moved in and the question you’re probably asking is how you are going to unpack and store all your belongings. “Pleasure and action make the hours seem short” so the trick is trying to make it as fun as possible. Get your family involved and use this time to reminisce about days long gone or ask their opinion about which embarrassing photo of them goes on the mantle. If your kids are busy trying to make friends with the neighbors then you could hire a professional unpacker to help you. These professionals are quick and can help you get settled into your new home, faster than you can read a sonnet.
“All the world’s a stage and all the men and women merely players.” So start thinking about exiting stage left from your ghetto lifestyle (yes that was a Merchant of Venice pun) and move to a palace that even King Lear will grow envy of.
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