Preparing The Family For A New Home

Posted by Kerri Mosher on February 20, 2017 in Blog |

Nothing is simultaneously as exciting and terrifying as moving to a new home. Whether you’re relocating to the next town over or the next country over, it’s not the distance which worries people so much as the unknown. That’s natural, as the thought of uprooting and starting over somewhere new and foreign is daunting on the surface of things, but this should be viewed as an adventure for you, your partner and any other family you may have.


Of course, looking forward to an adventure is one thing, but being adequately prepared for one is quite another. Perhaps you’re simply panicking because you’re certain that you’ve forgotten something or that you will forget something before you move out. Not to fear because here are some great tips and pieces of advice to give your brain a little break and make the whole process of preparing for a new home and a new family life much easier on you and the ones you love.

Inspect the new property.

Given the worries involved with a big move resting rather heavily on your shoulders, the last thing you want is additional stress brought on by unexpected and sudden failures with things in the house or flaws that you may not have originally noticed when you bought the property. This is a new home, and you want the first impression to count. You want to walk into a welcoming home and make the transition period from your old life to your new one as calming and joyous as possible. You should check that the mechanical aspects of your new home, such as heating and water, are in all working order because these are immediate essentials. Other small tasks such as cleaning and painting the place might be worth doing before you’ve moved everything in, and then you don’t have to work around your furnishings.

Be prepared for moving day.

I cannot stress the importance of being prepared for moving day enough. So many people prepare more than adequately for their new home itself but fail to take into account what they’ll do on the day of moving. The world won’t stop turning, and you’ll still need to retain some semblance of your normal routine. For example, you’ll need some toiletries to clean your teeth in the morning and evening, so make sure you don’t pack the essentials with everything else. You might also be dealing with very bored kids, so you could check out this article for an entertainment solution on their phones. Moving house is exhausting, as I’m sure you know by now, so make the big day itself as relaxing and straightforward as possible.

Allow yourself time to adjust.

No matter how prepared you are or how beautiful your new home looks once everything is fitted, the mental adjustments required for the move will take longer to set in than the physical adjustments. It’s okay to allow for a little bit of a setback in terms of adapting to your new lifestyle in a new location, even if you’ve only moved a small distance. You’ll come to terms with the big change in your routine quicker than you think, as you’ll form a brand new routine.



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