Denver Movers Share How to Stay Alert During Your Move

March 27, 2019

Moving is a stressful process, no matter how many times you’ve done it in the past. When you’re constantly moving boxes, packing, coordinating schedules, and figuring out where you need to go in an unfamiliar neighborhood, it’s normal to feel exhausted quickly. But that doesn’t mean you have to settle for feeling like you’re sleepwalking through the move. Here are a few tips to help you stay energized during your Colorado moving experience. 

Start Early
The more you rush the move, the more stressful it will be. You’ll have to rush and pack as quickly as possible and this requires a lot more energy up front, making your exhaustion even worse. Whenever possible, start packing up your house ahead of time. Breaking the work into small packing sessions lets you preserve your energy levels so you can still manage work and social obligations without overdoing it on the coffee.

Create the Perfect Playlist
Music can set the tone for your mood on a daily basis, but it also keep you energized and motivated throughout the packing process. Pick music with a strong and fast beat. And before you panic thinking you’ll suddenly need to develop a love of techno, take a deep breath. Any fast and upbeat music will do the trick. Country, pop music, rock, and even Americana are all great options. So, start blasting those tunes!

Get Plenty of Sleep
Getting enough sleep is a tall order during a normal week when all you’re worried about is work. But when you’re moving, you need to prioritize your sleep schedule. Make sure you get at least seven hours a night leading up to and after the move. The more sleep you get, the more energized you’ll be during the move and the less risk you’ll have of getting sick when you’re in the middle of settling into your new house.

Forget the Energy Drinks
Believe it or not, energy drinks and coffee aren’t the best way to stay energized during a move. In fact, they can actually leave you feeling more tired. Why? Because after the sugar and caffeine wears off, you’ll crash and end up feeling more tired than you did before. Instead, opt for lots of water and eat healthy snacks like fruit, nuts, granola, and even dark chocolate to give yourself a natural pick-me-up. This way, you’ll avoid the energy crash and won’t have to worry about caffeine jitters. 

Take Breaks
It’s tempting to keep working until everything is done and your house is packed, but your body and mind will need a break every now and then. As a general rule, stop what you’re doing and take a break every two to three hours that you’re working on your move. The breaks don’t have to be long, but you do need to take time away from the tasks. Otherwise, you might find yourself feeling burned out in a matter of hours. 

The best way to stay energized during your upcoming move is to hire an experienced moving team to help. Contact us today to schedule an estimate and see just how easy your move can be.  
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