Having a home is a dream come true, each one of us wants our own little space which we can call ours. But the bigger task comes in when you become a new home buyer. It is a cluttered job that one has to unwillingly go through, no matter how excited you are to move into your new place, your first few weeks will probably feel foreign and, well, a little weird.
Although, as time passes the feeling of ‘newness’ goes away or fades with creating new memories like celebrating a birthday, planting a garden, or decorating for the holidays. Here are our how-to tips to feel settled and happy.
Settle Your Closet!
The first thing that one must do is to unpack the clothes. Generally, that is not the suggestion that is given by anyone. However, the master key to lessening up your burden surely lies in it. So having a wardrobe or closet set first gives you ample time to do shifts and scratch or scratch in the settling down process.
Kid’s Room First!
If you are a parent with a kid or two, your struggle is going to be more. Thus, it is suggested that you settle their room first in order to have a clean and safe space to leave them having their fun time that can give you sometime unpacking.
Make Your Favourite Familiar Corner
Having a new home can never erase the good memories you have had in the past at your old residence. However, the new home can have the same corner depending upon your choice of creating one of the same corners to have a refuge in. A nice snug in that corner is the best thing that you can feel.
Practice The Old Habits
As soon as you move in, try creating a space where everyone could drop their keys, bags, and coats just like they used to. Even you can use the same hooks and bins that were used in your old house because they work. Your routine should not have to change just because your location does.
Bring Out All Your Favourites
Having your old stuff coming along with you to your new home is the best thing. Reason being, having a new house can’t become a home to you until you have your own way of doing things like you used to do.