When you realize how much easier it is to relocate with fewer belongings, you can begin deciding which items to remove from your final list. Inventorying or sorting is the name for this laborious process. Here is a list of some options to aid you in the sorting procedure.
Make sure to begin the inventorying process from the crowded room and only begin it from one room at a time.
Start sorting from the larger items, such as furniture and large electric appliances., and then shift to smaller items like clothes, books, etc.
Sort the items quickly into categories based on their values. The four main groups are valuables, unwanted items, items that must be taken, and useless items.
It is crucial to mark the items on your inventory that you will unquestionably bring with you to your new home. These items are considered “no-brainers” and must be taken. The items you will undoubtedly bring with you to furnish your new home’s living room include your flat-screen LED TV and a set of pricey soft furnishings. With the recently acquired valuable collection of first edition books, you can also adorn the bookcase in your new home. Ship these essentials to your new house with care and safety.
Step 5: Valuables
Your valuable items typically have monetary and sentimental value attached. These items are difficult to separate out. You can sell those items as well to increase your income and free up space in your new home. The list of valuables includes things like old furniture, sentimental gifts, pricey electronics, jewelry sets, and your child’s first pair of shoes and outfit.
Step 6: Unneeded or unwanted stuffs
You should pay close attention to this category. These unwanted items will not only help you to make money, but also to simplify your move. a list of things that could be viewed as unwanted is provided below.
• Kids’ shoes, clothes, and other items that have seen better days.
• Items that are duplicates of things you already own.
• Instruments, gear, etc. that have been forgotten, that have been forgotten by you.
• Items that are no longer of interest to you are collector’s items.
• The gifts that your friends or family gave you but that you didn’t like.
Step 7: Useless Stuff
Plan out exactly what you’ll do with the broken or damaged items.
In order to categorize the items for removal when moving, follow the above steps.