Unless you’ve lived on your own before, it’s hard to know how much you eat, especially when you’ve been sharing with your family for your entire life. So when you move to your new place, don’t over-stuff your fridge and cabinets with food because much of it can become spoiled. For the first month, just buy what you need for a few days. At the end of the month you should better be able to judge how much you really eat.
3. Don't worry
You probably will feel really exhausted after you move in. This is because you’ve been cleaning, shopping, organizing, working, and going to sleep late. Don’t worry about it. After you’ve really settled in and have everything cleaned and under control, you should get your energy back again. There are several ways you can relax without spending additional funds.
4. Don't forget to eat
I said not to worry, but I didn’t say not to eat. You may be so overwhelmed by your first move that you might forget to feed yourself. When you’re done with cleaning for the day, make sure you eat and drink something healthy. You need to replenish your body with healthy nutrients to give you energy. Even though you might not be hungry, you don’t want to go a whole day of cleaning without nourishing yourself. Keep on hand some trail mix, fruit, and water during your move.
5. Don't forget to do you laundry
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Maybe your mom has been doing laundry for you entire life. During the move, clean clothes could get lost in the shuffle and you need to make sure you have set aside clean clothes for the next few days. You don't want to find yourself realizing you have no clean clothes to wear.