Moving in a Hurry to Miami? Do These First

Many, if not most, of us have had the wonderful experience of just staring at the enormous task ahead and then having no desire to tackle it at all. Still, it needs to be done. While it is always good if you move with a plan in advance, some of us may not have the luxury of time to plan. No need to worry, though. We will help you. Here are some things you can do if you are trying to move out in a hurry.

Accept the mess

That’s right. The first step to solving any problem is to admit that you have it. And here, you need to accept the mess. Don’t be intimidated by the upcoming clutter. Just get everything out in the open. While at first, it may be totally against your inclination towards cleanliness and order, doing so will speed the process up so the task can get done. Also, you can get on to the dusting and/or vacuuming of the moving process as well.

Make piles

Yes, make piles. Designate a space, chair, table or corner for each of these piles:

  • Taking
  • Storing
  • Giving away
  • Throwing away
  • Maybe

The maybe pile here is important to the efficiency of the moving process. Why? Because it allows you to make a temporary decision as well as move on to the next item. No more oscillating about a particular item for an hour.

Of course, you can pick and choose necessary piles as they may be relevant to your particular moving situation. For instance, if you are moving far away, you will not likely to store or giving away your items. This means you will only need to make taking, storing, throwing away and maybe piles.

Keep in mind that it is not necessarily important if these piles are out of the way, tidy or boxed immediately. After all, they just simply help you to see what and how much you are dealing with before you pack things up.

As a matter of fact, you don’t want to box the taking piles items yet since you may pare them down further. The exceptions are, however, the giveaway and throw away piles. You can bag or box those piles as you go so that you are not tempted to pull the items back out.

And of course, if you need a hand, we Miami movers will gladly help you.

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