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Whew, you can breathe a sigh of relief once moving is over. But there’s still so much to do, where should you begin? Like with packing, unpacking and settling in should be approached in a logical and methodical way, giving you time and energy to enjoy your new home without feeling frazzled and disorganised! These tips will help you stay on top of things so that you’re on your way to feeling settled in no time at all.

Appliances & Connections

Settling In

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Settling In

First Home Buyers

Settling In

Paperwork

Settling In

Once you’ve moved into your new home, it can feel like you’ll never get rid of moving boxes and all the headaches that go along with moving house. But as the dust settles while you accomplish each task and unpack each box, you’ll start feeling more and more like you’re settling in at home.

Have you recently settled in to a new home? What sorts of things made the transition easier for you? We’d love to know in the comments!

You’re building a new house and you’re dreaming about all the new furniture you want to buy, what colour you’ll paint the walls, and how you’ll landscape the garden, right? But before all of that, as your settlement date looms, you still have to pack up your existing home, organise utilities to be switched over, and a million other little things – there’s so much to organise! But it doesn’t have to be a chaotic, stressful event. If you have a plan and give yourself plenty of time to arrange things, moving home can go smoothly and you can settle in your new home without a flurry of stress and anxiety. The first step? Packing!

Packing is always the top of everyone’s list. It’s a daunting task, and it’s by far the biggest undertaking of moving house. Approach it logically and methodically, and you’ll be able to move into your new home feeling organised and stress-free. We have some tips and tricks to make it a breeze.

The Basics

Packing

Get Packing

Moving

Time to Unpack

Family Moving in New Home

Have you moved recently? If you’ve got any packing tips, we’d love to hear them!

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