Typically, articles about moving concentrate on what you need to do at your old home-how to pack your things, choose the best home removal service, and even how to trim down your belongings so you won't have to pay so much.

The first few days are an incredibly challenging time for new homeowners, but what they really need is a guide to help them get through them. The following tips will help you get through the first few days:

Prepare overnight bags for everyone in the household, including pets, on your first night in the new home.

When you're tired from the long trip and hours spent unpacking, it's time for a nap. You must be wearing your pyjamas, but where are they? Fluff’s food is nowhere to be found. Is the supermarket closed-and where did you pack the pets' food and bowls? There is panic.


Start by going back to your old home. Everyone in the household should pack an overnight bag. Make sure you have nightwear, a change of clothing, medications, underwear, cosmetics, and water with you. There may even be some snacks. It's hard to eat when you're moving around. You may want to include their bowls, food for a few days (more if your new home doesn't have water), and water for drinking if you aren't yet connected to the water.

As long as you prepare, you shouldn't feel panicked once you move into your new place. In your overnight bags, you'll find everything you need, this is very important when you are far, especially interstate removals.

In clear boxes, store the items you'll need first.

Take along any other items you'll need the first few days, such as schoolbooks, your first week's clothes, dishes, pans, medical records, and anything related to your job. If you cannot take them with you, pack them in a clear plastic box labelled "The First Week," and instruct your removalists to place it at the back of the truck so they can unload it first.

Your removal company should place those items in a designated place in your new home, so they are easy to find.

Get ready for your new home's first few meals.

There's more to feeding than just pets. After a long day of driving and unpacking boxes, your household will be hungry, too. Get an idea of when you'll arrive.

First few meals don't need to be cooked. Prepare a list of fast-food restaurants and restaurants near your new home or store ready-to-eat meals in a cooler so that you can focus on unpacking, arranging, and resuming your usual life as soon as possible. Make sure you pack some disposable dinnerware, paper towels, and disposable wipes for your "first week" boxes, so you won't have any trouble cleaning up if there is no water.

When you are on your way to your new home, a little advance planning can save you hours of grief. In that way, all you'll have to do once you've moved into your new place is celebrate!

In addition to small removals, City Removalists also offers packing services, removals insurance, as well as free moving boxes so your move will be stress-free. If you are looking for a removalists in the Eastern Suburbs, please don’t hesitate to contact us.