As one of the major moving van companies in Denver, we have learned a lot about the moving process over the years. If there was one piece of advice we could give to anyone preparing for a big move, it would be to avoid stress at any cost. Here at All the Right Moves, we have found that stress can cause a lot of frustration in the moving process. Having too much stress can lead to many things including disorganization, strained family relations, and a sense of fear about the new location.
Lack of Organization
When people start to get stressed about a big move, they tend to respond by moving too quickly and not taking notice of what they are doing. You want to stay calm and collected so that your packing and labeling are done well. A lack of organization can lead to more stress, and a sad, vicious cycle can begin.
Strained Family Relations
Trying to juggle too much at once during a move can cause you to feel stressed. This stress can cause you to lash out at your family members. This is not a good thing. We suggest that all of our clients do what they can to clear their schedule and delegate responsibilities so that they can remain calm and happy. Don’t let stress harm your bonds with the people who mean the most to you.
Fear of New Location
We feel very strongly that moves should be a positive thing. You are embarking on a new adventure, and that is something to be excited about rather than stressed about. When you let stress seep into the moving process, it can take away from the excitement of the new location. This is especially true for young children. If they sense your anxiety, they will feel a sense of foreboding about their new home, and the transition will be much harder on them.