One of my biggest flaws is grammar. Having such a rough time getting certain words and grammar rules memorized I finally learned what words go with what. Grammar has never been my strong suit, finally getting it makes my life so much easier.
THE RUBBER BAND IS KEY! To all my friends moving into college. This is how to move your hanging clothes! Put a rubber band around the hangers and put a trash bag over them! A big black trash bag works the best!
When moving, pack heavy items, like books, in a rolling suitcase. Boxes are hard to carry and tend to tear when they're too heavy. Plus, it would save your back from breaking and save your wallet from visiting the chiropractor.
A visual checklist to help those moving house ensure they notify all the essential people to their change of address. When you buy a home and preparing things for moving, then this checklist must not be ignored as it is truly essential!
Pack plates with foam disposable plates between them. So much easier than wrapping with paper. and you'll have the foam plates to use after you move in. No one needs a ton of dishes to do while unpacking! (Probably only works with certain size plates.
Helpful Moving Tips Everyone Should Know! Make picking up and lifting heavy boxes a little easier by cutting handholds in two sides of the box with a utility knife! Leave the top flaps of your triangular cut-outs attached and simply fold them in.
Fill Crock Pot with Spices: Get creative and fill your crock pot, large pans with spices and smaller items. Spices are great to fill a crock pot up because if they happen to spill or break open it will be an easy clean up.
Family’s first night in new house checklist. The first night in a new house after a move is stressful. Making an open-first box can help. Mark a few boxes that say first night on them so it's easy to find
you told me this in college and i still do it! so easy! Put hanging clothes into garbage bags while still on the hanger - great idea when moving or packing for college! When you arrive they are all ready to hang up in your new closet.