So let say you are about to begin your first year of college or youre simply moving to a nearby neighborhood to have easier access to your new jobMaybe youve been saving money for a while and you need a break from going to your parents house. 

Moving can be hard and stressful. We all know that, that’s why we’ve managed to create a small list of tips that you can follow to be prepared for these big moments.

1. Don't Break The Bank

Moving isn’t free, as everyone knows. or affordable. Get ready to handle your own money management tasks, such as paying your own phone and internet bills and looking around for affordable auto insurance.

When it comes to stocking up on the necessities like furniture and kitchen supplies, try to get some from your family members and friends to save as much money as you can. Also, seek the help of your roommates while you look through secondhand shops and online marketplaces. 

2. Make a reasonable budget and select a convenient location.

When looking for college housing, try to stay as close to the school as possible. Concentrate on apartments or houses near your new job. When looking for a new place, consider how far away the grocery store and gas station are. 

These can save you a lot of time and money on transportation and last-minute emergencies.

3. Find A Proper Moving Company

Use STORsquare storage containers and STORsquare Storage Warhouses. You have the option of taking your time packing and loading, as well as unloading and unpacking. 

You won’t even have to be worried about driving a moving truck or towing your car. STORsquare will pick up your container and deliver it to your desired location!