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2 Weeks Before Your Move

  • At this point you should have a good sense of what items you will not be taking with you. This is a good time to organize a garage sale to earn some cash on the side from your unwanted belongings. You should also consider donating old clothing to a local charity or shelter-if you do, you may be eligible for a tax deduction.
  • Resume packing any items you have not had a chance to pack yet. Your final week at home has the potential to be very stressful and you should prevent pushing things off until the last minute.
  • Think about quick and easy meals you can prepare for your family while utilizing the remaining food in your refrigerator so that it does not go to waste.
  • Make sure all scheduled deliveries (newspaper, milk, etc.) have been canceled or redirected to your new home.
  • Empty all lockers at school, work or at your gym.

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