Moving into a tiny apartment – the ultimate guide
Whether you are a student, a traveler, a spy, or someone else, there comes a time when you need to move into a tiny apartment. Moving to this kind of housing is easy, but many people who haven’t previously lived in a tiny apartment tend to make some crucial mistakes. What are those we are going to explore in the rest of this guide! Let’s begin!
Don’t overestimate the size
Remember, you are moving into a tiny apartment. This is the fact that goes over people’s heads, even if they consciously know where they are moving. This means that you have to be really careful how much stuff you are bringing into the apartment with you. Keep that in mind when you are packing with your friend for the move too.
Make a list of all the things you are planning to move, and start removing one by one, until you are only left with necessities and a few other things. You don’t need that large Christmas tree, leave that out!
Don’t underestimate the baggage
You may think that you can move all of your things at once with your car. Wrong! Moving into a building can be hard and dangerous, and this is why we recommend hiring professionals to do the job for you. This is even more true if you are moving furniture with you, and in this case, moving without the help of professionals is impossible.
Also, if you are planning on a long-distance move, moving on your own is not an option. Do the right thing and hire people who are trained in moving.
What can I do if I overestimated the size of my tiny apartment
Maybe now is too late not to overestimate the size of an apartment since you are already on the road. In that case, you have to have a storage unit.
Getting the right storage is easy. All you have to do is to search online for available storage facilities near your apartment and check the prices. Find what you need, and you are good to go.
Take care of yourself
This is not general advice only! We are living in unprecedented times, and that calls for unprecedented measures. Make sure to take care of yourself by wearing a protective mask and gloves. Keep your distance, and make sure not to spread germs everywhere.
If you are feeling sick, we recommend isolating. Your move can wait in this case. Just make sure to ring the moving company to delay the relocation. Being a student during a pandemic is not easy, we know.
Good luck with your moving into a tiny apartment!