It sounds crazy. Your kids are your number one priority. They may be the reason why you are moving in the first place. You might want more space for them as they grow, or you are in search of a particular type of school district or school for them, but they can also get a little lost in the shuffle while planning your move. When you find a new residence, start with your children’s concerns first. It is important for your children to continue their daily routine from the day you decide to move through the move itself and beyond. Maintaining their daily rituals will reduce their anxiety and ensure them that nothing will change except their address.

Also, visit your child’s new school, register them, and make sure you have their required immunity records, documented medical needs, or education modifications. There might be childcare considerations to consider as well. Will you need to hire a nanny or find a new daycare center? To find the right fit for you and your child, research is required and space is often limited in the best centers, so plan these things in advance of your move.

Top 10 things People Forget to Do When Moving

Even though there is joy in moving to a new residence, research shows that getting there is one of life’s most stressful events. Strategic planning is the key to reducing anxiety during a move, and assuring that nothing and no one is forgotten during the process. There are ten things thing to keep in mind while transitioning to your new residence, things that people often forgotten.

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Don’t Forget About Your Prized Possessions: Your Kids

It sounds crazy. Your kids are your number one priority. They may be the reason why you are moving in the first place. You might want more space for them as they grow, or you are in search of a particular type of school district or school for them, but they can also get a little lost in the shuffle while planning your move. When you find a new residence, start with your children’s concerns first. It is important for your children to continue their daily routine from the day you decide to move through the move itself and beyond. Maintaining their daily rituals will reduce their anxiety and ensure them that nothing will change except their address.

Also, visit your child’s new school, register them, and make sure you have their required immunity records, documented medical needs, or education modifications. There might be childcare considerations to consider as well. Will you need to hire a nanny or find a new daycare center? To find the right fit for you and your child, research is required and space is often limited in the best centers, so plan these things in advance of your move.

Don’t Forget About Your Pets

Your seemingly adaptable pets often go unnoticed during a move, especially if you are busy reducing your child’s fears or your own anxiety. However, your pets feel the stress as well, and they may need some form of anxiety medication during the move. Consider your pet’s disposition before your move and talk to your veterinarian about adequate measures to assure their emotional health during the transition. Also, make sure that you get their immunization records; a new veterinarian will need them.

You might consider boarding them in a kennel during the move, so they are out of the way and happy while you negotiate all aspects of the move. Care.com (link to: https://www.care.com/c/stories/6601/moving-day-with-pets/) suggests having a friend or family member watch your pet if you don’t have a trusted kennel, so that your furry friend doesn’t escape through an open door at your old or new residence. Additionally, your pets are going to experience instability as they adjust to a new environment, so have their toys and beds immediately available. They will need familiar things to reduce their stress at your new home.

Top 10 things People Forget to Do When Moving

  • Your seemingly adaptable pets often go unnoticed during a move, especially if you are busy reducing your child’s fears or your own anxiety.
  • However, your pets feel the stress as well, and they may need some form of anxiety medication during the move. Consider your pet’s disposition before your move and talk to your veterinarian about adequate measures to assure their emotional health during the transition. Also, make sure that you get their immunization records; a new veterinarian will need them.
  • You might consider boarding them in a kennel during the move, so they are out of the way and happy while you negotiate all aspects of the move.

About cross country moving

Cross coutry moving

As your trusted guide, we can help ease the burden of moving any distance, long or short. Learn how you can mix and match our customizable and affordable moving services to save time and avoid hassle. We’re here to guide you through the move process and make it easy for you to create a move plan that fits your schedule, budget and needs.

Cross coutry moving

  • As your trusted guide, we can help ease the burden of moving any distance, long or short.
  • Learn how you can mix and match our customizable and affordable moving services to save time and avoid hassle.
  • We’re here to guide you through the move process and make it easy for you to create a move plan that fits your schedule, budget and needs.

Deliver the piano without any problems

Deliver the piano without any problems

Cross country moving

Learn how you can mix and match our customizable and affordable moving services to save time and avoid hassle. We’re here to guide you through the move process and make it easy for you to create a move plan that fits your schedule, budget and needs.

As your trusted guide, we can help ease the burden of moving any distance, long or short. Learn how you can mix and match our customizable and affordable moving services to save time and avoid hassle.

We’re here to guide you through the move process and make it easy for you to create a move plan that fits your schedule, budget and needs.

Don’t Forget About Your Pets

Materials Description Size

Dishpack (5.1 cft)

A corrugated box, good for fragile items such as: dishes, glasses, vases etc.

18” x 18” x 27”

Book Box (1½ cft)

Good for small items or for packing books and magazines

16 3/8” x 12 5/8” x 12 5/8”

Dishpack (5.1 cft)

A corrugated box, good for fragile items such as: dishes, glasses, vases etc.

18” x 18” x 27”

Book Box (1½ cft)

Good for small items or for packing books and magazines

16 3/8” x 12 5/8” x 12 5/8”

Dishpack (5.1 cft)

A corrugated box, good for fragile items such as: dishes, glasses, vases etc.

18” x 18” x 27”

Book Box (1½ cft)

Good for small items or for packing books and magazines

16 3/8” x 12 5/8” x 12 5/8”

Dishpack (5.1 cft)

A corrugated box, good for fragile items such as: dishes, glasses, vases etc.

18” x 18” x 27”