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In the last 30 days we went from simply considering selling our home to getting it ready to list for sale then actually selling and preparing to move. Our home was only for sale five days when we accepted an offer. Everything about the process has been fast moving and just like the last time we moved, has caused many vows to never move again. This is certainly an exciting time for us but also the busiest. Staging our home and hosting open houses, completing all the paperwork and information for the realtors and loan processors, inspectors, appraisers, home repairs, packing and finally moving has been exhausting. Sleep and rest is not something we’ve been able to incorporate into the schedule and I’m pretty sure my body has been quietly keeping count of all the boxes I’ve packed, loaded and unloaded. I’m ready for a break but know it’s not anywhere near the immediate future so I’m turning to Biofreeze® Professional pain reliever products to help out my sore muscles until we get settled. My moving to do list includes packing boxes and pain relief this week.
Staging our home was the most exciting part of the selling process because we cleaned and decluttered every room in our home. Staging children’s bedrooms proved to be the most exhausting because both our daughters had years of accumulated treasures they certainly didn’t want to part with. We moved what felt like hundreds of boxes out of our home and into our third car garage then cleaned and touched up all holes in the walls from removing art. I’m proud of what was accomplished in just a few days. And even more proud when we actually sold our home less than a week later.
We will be moving fully out of our current home and into our new home in less than three weeks. Our moving to do list is quite long but for right now all it really includes is packing boxes, packing more boxes, moving those boxes, unloading boxes and repeating over and over and over. I feel like the end is in sight but the toughest part has just really started. Hello muscle pain. Biofreeze® Professional pain reliever products do not require a prescription and are as effective as using ice for treating pain. I certainly don’t have time to ice anything and have to keep moving in this fast process so carrying around a drippy ice bag isn’t a favorable option at this point either.
Biofreeze® Professional comes in several different easy application methods – continuous spray, colorless gel and colorless roll on. While working through your moving to do list you just need to decide which pain relief application you prefer. The signature green as well as the colorless products are never tested on animals and are produced in the United States.
I really like the Biofreeze® Professional colorless gel best and it was previously only available through healthcare professionals. All Biofreeze® Professional pain relieving products can now be purchased in stores so you can stock up when you purchase excessive amounts of strapping tape for all those boxes you’ll be securing before the big move day. I Biofreeze retail version can be found at your favorite retailer. Biofreeze Professional must be purchased through your hands-on healthcare professional.
Pack boxes, check. Pack more boxes, check. Pack even more boxes, check. Drive by new home for motivation, check, check, check. Load boxes, check. Unload boxes, check. Repeat. I’m currently at repeat and starting over but luckily I have Biofreeze® Professional to help make a difference in how I’m feeling for the rest of the month.
Print your own moving to do list and be sure to stock up on Biofreeze® Professional pain reliever products before you start packing boxes!
If you have moved recently what was the most exhaustive part of the process?
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15 thoughts on “Moving To Do List | Packing Boxes and Pain Relief”
That’s really interesting, I wonder how well it would work on my husbands joints? He has PsA and I bet that would help him out quite a bit.
I sort of wondered how this actually compared to the same stuff you get from the dr’s office. I have heard that it’s not of the same strength. I’m curious myself to find out.
great list for moving! totally agree. love the pain relief tip too. Also, I haven’t used this product yet, but will for sure look into it.
Wow, that’s a super fast house list, sale and move. Congrats! I love cleaning out and getting rid of things we don’t use. It certainly simplifies life.
I’ve had chronic pain due to Lyme disease symptoms but haven’t ever tried this product. It’s interesting to me.
Good luck during your move! Biofreeze works great! This is a good list for moving. Moving can be stressful and hard on the body.
You have an awesome list, it’s so neat and simple. Honestly, I don’t know how to organized some stuff before moving. Thank you so much for these! All the best
I love that you have driving by your new home for motivation on your list. That’s so great because I’m sure that really works. Moving is such a trying process. And yes, it’s good to have some pain relief on hand because you can definitely get stiff and sore in the process.
Biofreeze is such a great product. I love the way it works and I adore the smell! 🙂
We are buying a house this year and I am super excited. I actually love to pack boxes. Weird, right?!
I will be helping my sister move soon so this post comes at a great time. Thank you for the post!
Congratulations on your new home. Biofreeze sounds like a great useful product to have in the home.
I have never heard of Biofreeze, but it looks like I can really use these on the days that I do a 10mile run. Congrats on selling your home, a milestone in your life.
Moving is never easy! It’s definitely going to be stressful and sometimes, it’s a long process too. I think it’s important to have a checklist that you can easily follow.
Ugh, I do NOT envy you packing and moving! And staging a home for sale is fun but stressful too. Lucky you for getting a buyer so quickly – at least that part is done! 🙂
Packing and moving is never fun! I mean, I am all for changes and what not, but moving is a lot of work!