After all of the fun of wedding planning, celebrating and honeymooning, many newlyweds face the daunting task of moving in together. This means consolidating all of your stuff, weeding out duplicate items and compromising on a design aesthetic that will suit you both.
As if that weren’t difficult enough, you also have to deal with the logistics of changing your address, co-signing your lease and dozens of other details that you might not expect.
To help ease your stress, here’s a few moving tips for newlyweds that we’ve gathered from around the web:
- Split up the chores, talk money beforehand and follow the rest of these 8 Tips for Newlyweds Moving in Together from DearSugar.
- Find everything you need for your moving process, including a “Why Should I Move?” worksheet, a moving checklist and a few fabulous design slideshows on HGTV’s Front Door.
- Don’t forget to change your address! You can fill out the USPS change of address form online for only $1, or print it out and mail it in for free.
- Make sure to order moving announcements to let your friends and family members know your new address.