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Take Control Of Your Life Changes With These Three Steps

Take Control Of Your Life Changes With These Three Steps

Moving Made SimpleLife moves fast and it is sometimes hard to even keep up with the pace, let alone feel like you’re getting ahead. If you’re going through a transition in you life, no matter if it’s a happy one or one that was chosen for you, take control of your life changes with these three steps.

Get your Paperwork in Order

No matter what kind of transition you’re going through – wedding, divorce, downsizing, upsizing, having a baby, sending a child off to college – it will surely come with a pile of paperwork to be done and organized. Find out what documents you will need to complete your transition and designate a safe spot to keep them while you’re in the transition.

Start Early

Starting early allows for several advantages. First, you’ll have time to break each task up into smaller, more manageable parts. Often times people procrastinate on projects because the idea of simply starting is too overwhelming. If you give yourself enough time, you can set small goals for yourself so the process is less daunting. Secondly, you can build in time for things to go wrong. Many times, even if it is an exciting life change, the change itself brings with it a wide range of emotions and panic is not a feeling you want to associate with your transition. An important part of time management is recognizing that there will likely be problems along the way and rather than hope for the best and set a tight schedule, build in time for mishaps so that when they occur, you know you’ve got time to straighten everything out and still meet your deadline.


Ask for help

Asking for help can often times be your best tool in a life transition. With so much going on and so much change to process, it’s a good idea to build a team of support around you. Don’t think that you have to do everything by yourself or compare your experiences to those of others. If you find yourself struggling, reach out to friends, family members, or professionals who are all there to help you achieve your goals and make your life transition successful.


Happy Organizing!


Cris Sgrott

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