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November 25, 2019

Four Tips for Making the Best of a Holiday Move to Tulsa and Oklahoma City

Packing for a moveBy Julie DeLong, A-1 Freeman Moving Group 

For anyone who is reading this, no doubt you've got a moving company in Tulsa and Oklahoma City set up and are moving through the holidays. And if you aren't moving "back" to where you call home, this may be the toughest prospective time of the year to pack up your residence and go live some other place. There is no doubt this is not how you assumed you would spend your winter vacation or Thanksgiving, however here you are--should probably make the best of it. Listed here are four tips to helping you through a holiday move.

Put Up A Tree. Or 2.

Your house is a wreck with moving supplies anyhow, so why wouldn't you set up a tree and place stockings by the fire and a wreath on the entrance? In the event you get a live tree, so what regarding dropped needles? You're moving soon. Get the kids included with decorating and go all out --leave no branch unadorned. If you have not been shopping yet, wrap empty cartons with last year's leftover paper and take a lot of photos. Make a playlist of everybody's treasured Christmas songs and blast it whilst you deck the halls.

If you have youngsters, wrap a handful of their items and put them under the early tree as a surprise. Big kids and spouses will appreciate this act likewise.

Bonus--you will know which strands of lights work ahead of when you arrive to your new house.

Host a Friendsgiving

When your Thanksgiving resembles an anonymous lunch at a truck stop on the interstate, hold an early celebration. Friendsgiving is a more recent trend where you commemorate together with friends and neighbors, hence how about a goodbye feast prior to going? Ask a close friend to host for you and cook the meal together--this is a great chance to share dishes. Do not neglect any traditions--play tag football, watch a sporting event on TV (there's always on demand, if necessary) go to a light display, or perhaps go shopping at midnight--you'll find plenty of 24-hour big box shops in order to maintain that tradition, and you are less prone to get trampled.

Once again, there is a bonus--the silver's already polished.

Make Decorating Your New Residence A Priority

Once you arrive at your new home in Tulsa and Oklahoma City, do not pass "Go" with your holiday decorating containers and bins--have the moving company team drop them within the living room where you will be putting up your tree. Next, get to it--trim the tree, display the stockings, and light up the night--you will be able to unpack your closets any time. You've already got the holiday playlist, switch it on and sing along--it supplies a excellent cross over from the old house to the new one.

Launch New Traditions to Keep the Magic Alive for Kids

Moving to Tulsa and Oklahoma City is hard for the whole family, but it might take a toll on kids more than adults. You've had familiarity with new places, and a lot of children have not. You should preserve as many traditions as you can, but additionally to get started on some new ones. Here are several ideas to get you going.

· Take advantage of new weather conditions --hike, snowboard, swim, or visit the seaside. Show your family the advantages of their new hometown with some new fun-filled activities.

· Via social media, determine the place that the best Santa is, the neatest light displays, as well as other local traditions, are and make a night of it.

· Likewise, by way of google, find unique events--concerts, plays, live Nativity scenes, parades, and New Year's Eve celebrations. Quite a few places host family-friendly celebrations for New Year's, where the ball drops around 9 and there's a plethora of activities for your children.

· Accept your inner tacky--if you've always blown right past the blow-up Santas and reindeer, no matter how hard your kids beg, this could be the time to let it go and buy whatever yard art your kids wish. If that means light-up angels alongside a santa as well as the Grinch, get out your pump and spotlights and just abandon Martha Stewart this year. Here is a secret--several years from now you may be heartbroken if those blow-up cartoon characters wear out.

Managing a holiday move to Tulsa and Oklahoma City doesn't need to be the hardest thing ever; give attention to your family members, the season and your traditions--it is a certain way to help you fake it until you make it.


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