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Top 7 Tips for Making Your Move Easier

Are you moving soon? Are you worried about everything that you have to do in the meantime? There are plenty of steps that you have to take. If you’re wondering how to make the process easier on yourself, keep reading!

Here are our top 7 tips for making your move easier this year.

Make a List

This is the first thing you should do if you want to make your move easier. Making a list will significantly increase your chances of having a move that goes as smoothly as possible.

You should make your list in the weeks leading up to your move. Whenever something pops up in your mind that you know you have to do in the coming months and weeks, write it down. This way, you can stay organised and you won’t forget anything before your big move.

2015-12-22 23.09.20Look Over Your Old Lease

Some landlords will include rules and regulations in your lease that you’ll have to abide by when you decide to move out. Usually, you’ll have clauses that require you to return your apartment or home to its original condition. That said, there could be others that will demand you add a fresh coat of paint or replace scratched flooring.


We’ve touched on this a little bit, but it’s important that you clean your home before you leave. That’s because if you don’t, your landlord can refuse to give back your security deposit. Not only this, but they can bring you to court for any damages that might occur as a result of you not cleaning your home.

Packing Plans

You can make packages of packing supplies to make your move easier. This can be useful because you’ll have everything in the same place. You can have these packages include pencils, boxes, labels, tape, scissors, etc.


You should consider labelling everything so that when the move arrives you know exactly where each box is supposed to go. When your family and friends arrive to help you with the move, you can show them where each of the labels are so that they can put them in the appropriate rooms.

You should also consider taking a blank piece of paper and listing what’s in every box.

It Takes a Village

You should try to get as many people as possible to help you out with the move. This will make the entire process faster, and if you have to rent a moving vehicle per hour, it’ll cost you less. The more people that are there, the faster you can begin unpacking and settling into your new home.

Get The Kids Involved

If you have children, they might be stressed out by the move. You should try to get your kids involved in the moving process. You can bring them to their new home and to furniture stores so that they have a say in what goes on in their room(s). You can also take the packing sets that we described before so that they can get involved with the packing.

Of course, you should supervise what they’re doing because they might want to pack items that you’d rather have thrown away.


If you’re moving this year and you’re looking for the best ways to go about it, you’ve come to the right place. The team at Melbourne Master Movers can help your move go smoothly. Contact us today to get started on your next move.