The Ultimate Moving Planner
“Strategies, checklists and research pointers that will ensure nothing or nobody gets left behind”
If you are about to move abroad, or already expat starting to prepare for your next move you know how stressful and hectic the process is.
We have done the thinking for you, taking tips from hundreds of other expats to put together this ultimate resource, it includes:
- Room planners,
- Decluttering tips,
- What and how to do your research
Leaving you time to savour doing those last few things you really enjoy, whether its one last glass of wine with best buddies, or family weekend away.
A Note from Hannah -
We have moved too many times to mention - thankfully our latest move was just down the road, however it was the first move with 3 children and our dog! It required much more organisation and thinking through not just the practicalities but the emotional impact too. I searched for support or advice, and got nowhere, luckily I have a great support network of friends here in Joburg who gave me heaps of fantastic advice from numbers for removal companies to packing the cots first -so they could be assembled first in time for the boys nap. All of these are now covered in this helpful planner. I hope it helps you to have more ease whilst moving, and to savour all those firsts moments and new beginnings.
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