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With this key, I thee wed…

You and your sweetie have been together for seven years. You are engaged and your apartment lease is up. With the wedding happening in just a few months, it does not make sense for you to renew your lease another year. It is a pivotal moment in your relationship: and one that is eventually inevitable if you get married, you are going to move in with your fiancee. This will be your first place together, and at RNR Moving, we want to offer a few tips to make the transition easier. 

Cohabiting 101

Sorting and downsizing is still a must: Not only is this something we recommend for everyone moving to a new place because no one wants to move unwanted items to a new location, but it is especially important for two people. Not only is it more economical, but because you have both lived alone, you will have many multiples. Donate unwanted items to your local Goodwill or other charitable organization, and you will have more room for things you buy together!

Measuring before moving: Once you have decided what is staying, go ahead and measure it. Measuring your furniture will allow you to better plan where it will go in your new space, and prevent moving heavy furniture multiple times!

Support is key: Tensions run high during a move. Be sure to check-in with your partner about how they are feeling, and maintain a level of support to make the transition easier.

Packing everything can be a hassle, and cause even more unnecessary stress. Call RNR Moving and we will take care of packing, and moving you to your new space!