Many people make the mistake of going to the post office or some other expensive outlet to find boxes that they can get for free. All you have to do is go to your local department store, grocery store and similar establishments to find boxes that they have left over from inventory and such. Many stores will be happy to allow you to take those boxes with you.
2. Get Friendly With the Trash Bin
Don't be afraid to throw some of your stuff in the trash. Many people try to save everything they have when about 30 percent of it is junk. Trash all broken, severely damaged, or "bad vibe" items immediately. Donate what you can to charity, and you will save much space.
3. Do Your Moving on Schedule
Break up the various moving tasks and assign them a time and day. You will never get overwhelmed that way.
4. Snapshot Your Electronics and Furniture
Take pictures of any items that you have to take apart for the moving process. You must do that so that you can put everything back in its place.
5. Put Your Clothes Into Trash Bags
Separate your clothes by drawer and closet and then put them in some trash bags. Trash bags are easy to store in the moving vehicle.
6. Make a Day-One Box
The last of the 6 tips to make moving a breeze is to pack a box with all that you will need for your first night. You'll be too tired to fool around looking for things on your first day there.