If you haven’t done so already and you are planning for a move, you have to know that moving with kids can be an absolute nightmare. I was originally going to name this post 5 Hacks for Moving With Kids Less Stressful and then as I was thinking about my own move that I just recently did(during the holidays, which was just a terrible decision) I was like there was nothing easy about it! That is the plain truth there is no work around or short cut so the word “hack” was out of the question because you are probably going to be so emotionally and physically exhausted by the end of your move you will want to vegetate for a whole month. Therefore, I came up with the 5 Best Moving Apps I used to make moving just a tiny bit better for you.
When I had to let go of my desk unit that wouldn’t fit into my new office space. I simply snapped a photo with a short description on Facebook Marketplace. Tons of interest came in with people messaging me about it. I sold it for $200 in 2-3 days which was great and we can all use some extra cash right?
The first couple weeks as you are still unpacking all your kitchen stuff, you cant find anything! If you are anything like me you need everything organized and in its place until you can function again. With Instacart you can order your groceries and have them delivered or pick up yourself. Who has time to go food shopping when you are unpacking?
For delivery you can choose your delivery window which is convenient. It does include a driver tip section from $0 to 20% or other amount. Its always good to include a tip after all that person spent all that time getting the groceries you need.
TaskRabbit is one of the best moving apps. The workers here are super professional and they even have movers here as well. Its as easy as 1-2-3 to pick your contractor based on their skills, previous jobs, reviews, and hourly rate they require. Then you pick what you need done from help moving, furniture assembly, mounting TVs mirrors, home repairs, cleaning, and winterizing your home.
All for great rates and everyone has to pass a background check. I personally used them to help move some very heavy furniture which I was going to rent a truck out and cost me more money but you can pick to choose a contractor that requires having a truck — this saved me so much hassle!
Moving is so darn hectic that even if you planned ahead of time and made sandwiches it just wouldn’t be enough food. I mean the hunger level was way above normal because you are moving boxes and burning up more energy.
Door Dash app was super easy and to save money on the delivery fees I chose the restaurants nearby in the category “First Order, $0 Delivery Fee” or the ones that said “Free delivery over $12”.
So what are your thoughts about these best moving apps?
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