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  • November 22, 2019

    Bedroom Packing Guide For Beginners

      Bedroom packing guide for beginners We all love our bedrooms. They offer refuge whenever we need it, especially in all the hustle of the moving process. Also, bedrooms usually have the greatest number of treasured personal items in them of all the rooms. Not to mention that wardrobes and closets are usually located in them. We often see that people use their bedrooms as offices, display rooms, or family archives. Because of all of this, this room can be very tricky to pack. However, there are ways to minimise stress and do this properly. That is why a bedroom packing guide for beginners is the thing that you should definitely read thoroughly. Decluttering Every process has to start somewhere. As before you decide to start over in NYC you have to decide that you want to move, before packing you have to declutter. The first thing on your to-do list should be decluttering. Moving of any kind is always a great time to downsize on stuff. Go through your belongings and decide what you should, and what you shouldn’t keep. This means your wardrobe too. Now, no one said that decluttering is fun, but it needs to be done. You’ll have fewer things to transport during your relocation, so the move will be cheaper. Split your room into zones and do one by one. Make three separate piles, namely: Keep pile Donate pile Garbage It’s not easy to get rid of something that you’ve had for a long time, but you need to be merciless. The general rule is to donate or throw away anything that you haven’t used in over a year. That means that you probably won’t use it again any time soon, and for someone, it might be just the right thing. And if you give all...