Packing

Moving is stressful, and sometimes the greatest source of anxiety is wondering if your fragile and breakable items will be safe. Mirrors, wine bottles, picture frames, and stereo equipment are all one careless drop away from a total loss. To make sure your fine china, ceramics, glass, and more stay safe and secure while you move, follow these easy tips.

Family heirlooms or precious wedding china? Acoustic guitars or a wine collection? Moving is stressful enough, and packing those items that you are worried about getting damaged during transit is just another burden to carry.

To keep or not to keep, that is the question. Packing up the pantry isn't quite as dramatic as a Shakespearean tragedy, but this guide will help you defeat your pantry packing woes.

Pack your home for your Denver move and you are likely to come across one or more photo boxes. That box is daunting because you know that going through, sorting, and packing those old photos and slides is going to take time, and lots of it.

It's never as simple as just throwing a rubber band around them, and placing them into a protected container. No, inevitably you get pulled into them and before you know it, you've spent two hours reliving old college days, or reminiscing about your first car, or reliving those summers spent at the cabin.

Packing your clothes can be one of the most effortless tasks of your whole moving experience…if you do it right.

For starters...

Moving is an opportunity to rid yourself of many of the clothes you don’t wear. When you’re packing, ask yourself if you’ve worn a particular outfit within the past year. If the answer is no, you may want to put it in a separate box to donate to Salvation Army or Goodwill.

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