Moving to a new home is already stressful enough, why not make it a little easier with a few packing tips and tricks? From packing up your kitchen to your closet, there are a few things that are bound to make your move a little smoother. Here are a few tips that will have you packing like a pro!


You can move your clothes to the next house without even having to fold and refold them! Don’t worry about taking your clothes off the hangers! Just string the top of the hangers through a whole in a garbage bag and when you arrive at your new home, you won’t have to worry about unfolding and reorganizing your clothes! Another quick tip is to just leave your clothes in the dresser drawer! Just take your drawers out of the dresser when moving and when moving in, all you have to do is place your drawers back in the dresser! 


Use materials from the kitchen to help keep your jewelry organized and un-Etangled! Egg cartons are a great tool to use to help organize your earrings and bracelets! Their shape also makes them very easy to pack! Another good kitchen utensil to incorporate into packing are plastic straws! Stringing your necklaces through them is the perfect way to keep them from tangling up!


Socks and dish towels are the perfect tools to utilize when transporting your fragile kitchen items! This will help ensure that your glassware and kitchenware won’t break or crack when sitting on top of or next to each other in packing boxes. To save time when moving in, just keep your utensils inside of their tray and wrap it in plastic wrap to prevent it from spilling. Eas

Extra Tips!

Make sure you give yourself time to pack! Call the movers way ahead of time to save money and ensure you will have help on the day you move. You should also not attempt to do your packing all in one day. Spend a little bit of time each day packing to relieve some of that stress. It’s also important not to forget to label your boxes! You will have a really difficult time unpacking and instructing the movers on where to place boxes when you don’t know what’s in them.