Moving Mom Monday: Best Moving Tips of All Time

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The article Top 50 Moving Hacks of All Time, contains 50 tips that can help you stay ahead of moving woes.

Try these:

1. For the 2-3 weeks leading up to your move, plan your meals around whatever frozen food, perishable items, or half open containers that you have around the kitchen.

2. Schedule your move for the middle of the month or the middle of the week to cut costs. It’s cheaper to move then!

3. To make picture frames more stable and protect your walls from scuffing, cut off pencil erasers and glue them to the back of the frame before hanging it up.

4. Wrap a rubber band around a hammer to prevent scuffing the wall when removing nails.

5. If you use plastic wrap, you can leave your items in whichever container or storage bin they’re in. For example, simply wrap your utensils organizer with plastic wrap instead of letting your forks and knives run loose in a box!

Read the rest of the tips at Top 50 Moving Hacks of All Time.

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DAYNA WILSON: As a real estate agent I have been working with homebuyers and sellers throughout the East Bay communities of Layfayette, Moraga, Orinda and Walnut Creek since 2009. As a Certified Senior Housing Professional (CSHP) , I have special knowledge about everything from reverse mortgages to the importance of universal design. I can tap into my network and put you in touch with my team of qualified home inspectors, movers, attorneys, CPAs, organizers and other experts. I have all the resources and knowledge to simplify the transaction and eliminate the anxiety of selling your home.

Call me today to talk about your real estate concerns. I’m here to listen: 925.788.6582

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