Printable Moving Checklist and Planner

Moving to a new home can be stressful. Changing addresses, packing boxes, and hiring moving companies is mind boggling. There’s just so much to do. But when? To help ease the stress, I’m sharing my many moving tips in this awesome 4-page Free Printable Moving Checklist and Planner. It’s great as a moving apartment checklist too!

This definitive moving guide offers a monthly, weekly, and daily plan for moving your home. No more last minute packing. Get organized earlier, hire moving companies in advance, get truck rentals booked, or employ moving services sooner. No more last minute home moving gotchas.

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Download: Printable Moving Checklist and Planner (PDF Format)

The Printable Moving Checklist and Planner will help you to:

  • Save money on your move by planning ahead.
  • Save money by moving fewer items and decluttering.
  • Contact moving companies, truck rentals, or moving services sooner.
  • Identify moving tasks to complete on a single master list.
  • Keep track of completed home moving items.
  • Save time when relocating or moving.
  • Stay on schedule with a monthly, weekly, and daily planner.
  • Not forget a thing! The checklist and planner keeps track for you.
  • Identify some great free moving tips and tricks!
  • Keep sane. Moving to a new house or apartment can be stressful.
  • Gives you an all-in-one moving apartment checklist.

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When you move, do you tend to be the checklist maker and planner? OR do you prefer to just throw everything into an unmarked box? Any tips or tricks for planning a move and saving money? What’s on your moving list? Did I miss anything?

Your two cents:

  1. EnRock October 3rd, 2008

    Couldn’t have been more timely, except that we only have a week left! At least we can make sure we’ve thought of everything.

    We’re taking the de-cluttering tip seriously as we are moving far away to a much smaller home. One thing that is working will for us (after we gave up on lists) is to make one room the packing/stacking room. Here we have a bunch of miscellaneous unpacked items, our packing material, and piles of boxes marked for different locations; some to be stored, some to be moved, and many to be given to various charities, family, and friends. This keeps stuff organized, makes packing easier, and keeps the rest of our house in a sane state.

  2. Kerry October 3rd, 2008

    @EnRock! So happy this list finds you one week ’till your move. Having a staging/packing/stacking area sounds very organized. Especially since you are marking boxes as you go. When I moved in with my “better half” I did the packing and organizing. His idea of moving is a mess…

    I was relentless with decluttering. The less to move, the better. :D

  3. Michelle June 19th, 2009

    I just thought of something else–if moving to a new town, you might want to request a packet from their chamber of commerce or their visitors’ center.

  4. Bria April 7th, 2011

    “Moving to a new home can be stressful”, some people don’t know how stresful it can be. Planning is your key to eliminate a lot of the stress. This is a great resource for anyone who may be moving soon (not too soon though…lol).

  5. Theresa August 12th, 2012

    When moving into a new home when another family is still there and THEY have to leave yet, are you telling me I have to move it all in one day? Or do they give you a couple days of allowance to move our stuff in? How does this usually work?

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