Moving Back In With Your Parents? Tips For You

If you have been living in a house or apartment on your own but have decided to move back in with your parents for a while, you may be wondering what you can and should do to make the moving process as smooth and easy as possible. There are numerous steps you can take to do just that. Learn more about some of those steps. Then, you can be sure you are able to move back in with your parents easily. 

Decide What to Sell and Donate First

First and foremost, you need to decide what you are going to sell and donate when you are moving in with your parents. You cannot bring all of your furniture with you, and you are going to have to make some tough choices.

Start with something easy, though. If you have a large piece of furniture like a couch or a spare bed that you have no emotional attachment to, opt to get rid of it. This will be easier than keeping it in storage. 

But it is not just large items that you will want to go through for selling and donations. Go through your clothes, your kitchen items, your books, and everything else. The more you can pare things down, the better. 

Only Bring What Is Absolutely Necessary to Their House

Once you have decided what you are going to keep, you can decide what of the things you've kept you are going to bring to your parents' house. When you do so, only bring with you what is absolutely necessary. Bring enough clothes to clothe yourself for a week without washing them. Bring your toiletries. Bring a few books to read if that is your thing. Bring your laptop. But do not bring extra or decorative items. 

The less you bring to your parents' house, the easier it will be to integrate yourself back into the household. You do not want to disrupt your parents' routine any more than you have to by moving in. 

Rent a Storage Unit for Everything Else

If you have furniture items that you absolutely love or other items that are not absolutely necessary for your daily life but that you want to keep, you should get a storage unit for everything else. Be sure that you place items you will need to access like off-season clothing near the front of the unit when you pack it to be sure you can get to them. 

Hire Movers to Help

When you are packing your stuff and on moving day both, you should have movers help you with the process. They can pack your stuff for storage well and prevent it from sustaining damage while being stored. They can get your items to storage and to your parents' house safely, and save you time and effort. 

Now that you know a few tips to help you out with moving back in with your parents, you can get the process started as soon as possible. 

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When was the last time you started thinking about going through and decluttering your home? If you are like most people, you might have a room or two that needs to be decluttered, which is why I think everyone should have a storage unit. I rented my first storage unit a few years ago, and it was incredible to see how much of a difference they made for us. Within a few months, we were able to work our way through every room in our home to find different areas that needed to be decluttered, and it was amazing to see how much cleaner my space felt. Check out this blog for great information on storing successfully.




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