You may look around and breathe a sigh of relief once you arrive in your new home. But, don’t forget you still have to unpack all of your belongings that you brought from your last home. What should you unpack first? According to Eden’s Moving Company in Denver, these are the items you should start with:
You’re probably exhausted from a long day of moving, so one of the first things you should unpack is your bedding so you can rest comfortably. You may not have time to unpack everything in your bedroom on the first day, so make sure that you make bedding a priority. Learn more about how to pack bedding for moving
Some pets don’t respond well to change. If your pets appear to be uncomfortable or nervous, it’s important to dig out their bedding, toys, and anything else that may help them settle down. Seeing and smelling their favorite things will help them become more comfortable in your new home.
The first night you are in your new home, you will need to dig out all of the toiletries you need to wash up before bed. This includes your toothbrush, toothpaste, face wash, and anything else you use at night. Make it easier to find these things by planning ahead and putting all of these items in a small bag along with a change of clothes and medications.
You may also want to unpack shampoos, conditioners, and a few towels so everyone in your home can shower that night or the next morning.
Do you find it hard to get out of bed in the morning without a cup of coffee? Or do you enjoy a toasted bagel with cream cheese every morning for breakfast? Before going to sleep, unpack the kitchen items that you will need to start your morning off right. It only takes a few minutes to set up small appliances like a toaster and coffee maker, and having these plugged in and ready to go will motivate you to get moving in the morning.
Does your child need to sleep with a special stuffed animal or blanket every night? Make sure you unpack whatever your kids need to feel comfortable the first day you are in your new home. Kids may be eager to get their entire room set up, but most of it may have to wait until the next day.
As you unpack, you will likely produce a lot of waste. Dig in your boxes and find the trash bags so you can start collecting all of the garbage as you unpack. If you brought trash cans for the bathrooms and other rooms in the home, bring these out, too.
Before you can start to unpack these items, you have to plan your move! If you’re not sure where to start, the professionals at Eden’s Moving Company can help. Contact Eden’s Moving Company
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