When you move from home to college, particularly when you move to a college that is far away, you must carefully plan the move to make sure you have all the things packed and moved. A good starting point is the search for how to pack for a long distance college move. Once you’ve followed the practical steps to move, then it’s time to think about some logistical aspects of moving far away. To help, we have prepared the following suggestions and suggestions.
Only pack and move the essential elements
Before you even start packing, think about what you need compared to what you would like to do. The essentials are items you need daily and those that can’t be bought easily or without spending too much. The items that are “nice to have” are the ones you don’t use or wear very often or things you can buy easily. Limit the number of shoes and boots as they tend to be heavy and bulky, more often a couple can serve multiple purposes. Take one or two at the most, jackets or coats. Once again, a good multipurpose coat can take you from the rains in Spain to a cool autumn day and even up to the beginning of winter, depending on where you live and how well you can put warm sweaters and socks underneath.
Determine the type of journey and the size of the suitcase before starting packaging how much more you want to pay to carry additional bags with you. If you travel by car, you will have a wide range of options. So, first decide how you would travel, then how much is available to you or allowed. It will help not to overload.
Essential elements of the ship’s dorm before moving
If you are moving to a university dormitory, you will also need to provide sheets, blankets and some of the furnishings. Most of the essential elements of the bed can be packed and shipped before the move. Check with the residence to see what they provide and if they accept packages before sending them.
Prepare an Essentials kit or a Survival Pack
The suggestion number one above describes all the essential elements, ie those things you will need for the first few months of your stay. This advice is to make sure you have everything you need for your first night or two. Do not rely on baggage to make the journey or items shipped on time. Or even more critical, is the fact that once you get to campus, your life will be pretty crazy with campus activities and dormitory social rooms taking up a lot of your time. You may find that there is little time to unpack, no matter to collect and order items shipped in advance.
Buy what you don’t want to pack
To reduce the things you need to do, think about what you can buy once you arrive. Bulky items such as bed linen, kitchen items, school supplies can be purchased during the first week on campus. An even better plan is to pre-order items from online stores like Amazon or Staples and ship the items directly to your dorm or apartment. Not only will you buy online, but you will also have to save time when you arrive. Once again, your first week will be busy and you may not have time to shop.