WHAT TO PACK FOR THE FIRST NIGHT IN YOUR NEW HOME
You may have thought about keeping your toothbrush in an easy-to-find place when packing, but you’ll need more toiletry essentials to get through the first night or two. Be sure to pack toilet paper, towels, a shower curtain + rod, shower items, and a first aid kit.
Unless you are an extremely organized packer, finding an outfit for the next few days isn’t going to be easy if you have to dig through multiple boxes. Pack 2-3 days worth of clothes and pajamas.
Don’t forget your chargers. Make sure you’ve got your phone, laptop, and any other charger you may need for your devices during the first few days at home. Pack any necessary cords and cables needed if you plan to unbox your television the first night Be sure to pack a flashlight as well just in case!
If your bed hasn’t made it to your new room yet, you will want to make sure you have an air mattress in your first night box. Check to ensure the air pump is packed as well! If your furniture is unloaded, you will sleep better if the bedding you love is easily accessible on that first night in your new home.
Avoid the mess of dirty dishes your first night home and pack disposable eating utensils. You may also want to pack wipes to quickly clean up any messes made at mealtime and a garbage bag to be able to dispose of any waste quickly. Cleaning supplies typically aren’t the first thing on our minds when moving into a new home, so be sure to pack these items so that you aren’t scrambling to the store after a long day when you’re ready to clean up after a meal.
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