Moving has been proven to be one of the most stressful events someone can go through. Pregnancy, obviously, is far from a cakewalk.
When you combine the two? Well, things can get tricky.
To help you out, here are a couple tips for how you can make the process a little easier.
Pack Well Before the Actual Move
One of the best ways to make the moving process more doable is by spreading out the duties over a long span of time.
Rather than trying to get your entire life packed in the span of three or four days, you should start packing a couple weeks in advance. That way things will be less stressful when the mover comes. You won’t be fighting the clock.
Get People to Help You Out
Another way to spread the work out is by recruiting help. While you might normally have trouble getting your friends to help you move, people understand that pregnant ladies shouldn’t be doing heavy lifting.
When you invite your friends to help you move, you can provide the food, while they provide the muscle.
It’s tempting to get as much done as possible. You just want the moving process to be over with, so you can get on with your life. But the truth is, not everything has to be done immediately.
Don’t unpack the whole house at once. Unpack what you need at first, then slowly get to everything else.
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