Best Practices for Packing Up and Moving
Best Practices for Packing Up and Moving

Best Practices for Packing Up and Moving

The following is a guest blog submitted by Mark Zappia.  He writes for Clearskymoving.com, an online moving resource.


Putting your life or business in a box can be a stressful situation. In a perfect world, you would be able to easily find every item, pack them perfectly, and move those items to a moving truck with ease. But life isn’t always perfect. You may have just scored a great gig in NT, or your boss might want you to help move all of that expensive business equipment across the country as-soon-as-possible.

Most moving guides will tell you to set aside 3 or 4 weeks to pack, organize, and move all of your items to your new location. Unfortunately, life usually doesn’t move slow. Last-minute decisions can lead to amazing opportunities, but they can also lead to some serious packing stress.

Don’t worry! Packing up and moving doesn’t have to be nightmare fuel. In fact, this is the perfect opportunity for you to throw out some clutter and reconnect with those lost childhood memories you’ve shoved down into the bottom of a dusty box at the back of your closet. We know that life doesn’t always give you tons of time and ample resources to plan a big move. We’ve got your back.

From tips on how to pack those grouse concert tees to guidance on protecting your fragile valuables, here’s an in-depth guide on packing up and moving in the down under.

Topics covered in this article:

  • How Much Time Do You Need to Pack?
  • Acquiring Moving Materials
  • Handle the Logistics
  • Where to Start
  • Use This Time to Declutter
  • How to Pack Each Type of Household or Business Item
  • Things to Do Before You Leave

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The following is a guest blog submitted by Mark Zappia.  He writes for Clearskymoving.com, an online moving resource.