1. Go for walks
Getting out of the house and going for a walk are excellent ways to break up your day and relieve stress.
2. Take a break from distractions
Try to stay away from things like television and the Internet during the day. Doing so will help you stay more focused on the tasks you need to complete.
3. Try meditation
Sit down in a quiet place for a few minutes. Then close your eyes and focus on your breathing. You’ll be amazed at how refreshed you feel afterwards.
4. Make an updated contacts list
By updating your contacts list, you’ll be able to rest more easily knowing that you’ll have the telephone numbers, email and physical addresses of friends, family, businesses and/or organizations you’ll want to stay in touch with after you move.
5. Plan a going-away party
It doesn’t have to be anything extravagant (for example, a potluck) and can include just a few neighbors and friends. Whatever you decide, keep it light and fun.
6. Ease commuting stress with music
Moving day will be the most challenging one of all, in part because you’ll also be faced with having to make one or more trips to and from your new home. Take CDs of your favorite songs with you to help ease travel/relocation stress.
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