When you decide to move from your house there are so many things you have to do. One of them is organizing your stuff room by room. One of the most time taking things is moving your kitchen stuff. The first thing you should do is decide what should stay and what should go.
There are so many things that are unnecessary in our kitchens and if you are like me – you never notice them until they start to take more place than any other more important item. Many people buy things which they think they’ll use but at the end this things stay in some dark closet which maybe leads to Narnia and we never see them again until we have to move. Such things are some cheap cups and dishes we decided to buy for some party that never happened anyways, some prepackaged food items, dried soups and sauces and many many other not so healthy foods. If you move to a place far from yours you have to get rid of the frozen food too.
When you’re ready with the junk tossing you’re left with so many things that you don’t know what to do and how to pack. So many trays, pans and pots will have to travel to the new place that you already regret buying them from the first place. This is where your problems start, but don’t worry these are some things that will help and guide you in organizing your kitchen stuff.
If you’re not buying new appliances such as fridge, stove and a dishwasher you have to move them with you. This is not an easy thing to do by yourself so if you’re hiring a moving company for an extra moving fee they will help you, but if you want to do it alone you have to do some preparation firstly.
This will be the box that contains everything you will need to use for the first time in your new kitchen. While you’re packing the other things you can organize in your mind what will contain your essentials box. When you already packed all the dishes, bottles and the food that will not be spoiled through the move, you must have left with:
Now that you’re ready with everything take your essentials box with you, leave all the other boxes to the moving company and say hello to your new place.