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May 12, 2019

Don't Forget Self-Care When Moving to Colorado Springs

Manicure before MovingBy Julie DeLong, A-1 Freeman Moving Group 

Truth be told …the majority of planning and managing a household move often falls on the women in the household. Even though a lot of women today are employed, this sort of "household tasks" remain to be viewed as "women's work". And here is the truth-quite a few women are better organized, better at multi-tasking, and much better with making decisions. Consequently, while it is probably not much comfort that you, the awesome Mom who keeps it all together, could be the only one effective at getting it completed, it could drive you even crazier not to be in charge. So, on this Mother's Day, we salute all women and remind you to take some time for yourself, specifically if you happen to be amid moving to a new house in Colorado Springs.

Two Kinds of Stress during Moves

Okay, there are far more than two, but we will focus on the main stresses--physical and mental. Here are some ideas regarding how to manage those pressures in the weeks prior to a long-distance move to Colorado Springs or even a local move in Colorado Springs--it may seem like a bad time to begin a new self-care program, but it's most likely to preserve your peace of mind over time.

Moving Can be Painful

It helps to be in fine condition if you're getting all set to move. Unless you employ a full-service professional moving company, where they come pack your household belongings, almost all of it falls on you--sometimes literally, when you're digging out the closets. This means considerably more lifting and bending than you might be comfortable with, plus more soreness by the end of the day. You are probably too busy to sustain your gym schedule, so those tight muscles simply stay home and brood, and become more tight each day.

A therapeutic massage will work magic for your back muscular tissue and ease some of the stress you might be carrying around these days. If you can find a way to arrange one for every few weeks between the packing madness, it'll work magic for your body and spirit. Even half an hour in a massage chair relieves some stress and tension.

This isn't the perfect time to start a new fitness routine, but if you already have an exercise plan, don't forget about your classes--they're doing your body some good, and getting you away from the boxes every so often. Getting the endorphins going additionally eliminates the perpetual strain you are feeling.

Mental Health Care

The mental tension linked with a move is every bit as painful as aching muscles, but sometimes it is harder to treat. Leaving your residence, even in the perfect circumstances, can be mentally demanding. If your move is taking you out of town, take full advantage of the time you've got in your old community. Stay in your routines with friends--make an hour or two for a cup of joe or lunch and carry on your kid's routines as long as you can. This keeps them entertained so they're not so preoccupied with leaving their pals.

Here are several things you can do for psychological health care leading up to your move.

· Step away from the preparing and packing to do things with friends.

· Organize a girls' weekend in your new location for a few weeks after you move.

· Find a baby sitter and go to dinner with your spouse. Moving conversation will not be permitted.

· Arrange a pampering pedicure--the type with the prolonged foot massage. Wait on the manicures till the adhesive tape goo is off your fingers.

· At present is the moment to test a new hair shade or cut--when you move, nobody will guess it is the "new" you. The new neighborhood friends will suppose you've always had purple extensions.

· Now is not the chance to experiment with permanent body art. You may regret a stylish tattoo of your old house sooner than later.

It truly is okay to allow yourself to be blue over a move--you have created a life and memories, and they're difficult to leave behind. But permitting the doldrums to take over and staying home continuously to pack boxes isn't the solution. Step away regularly and go do something just for you--sometimes even Wonder Woman needs a break.

And, if you'd like assistance organizing or performing any component of your local or long-distance residential move, locate a professional moving company in Colorado Springs that will supply as much or as little guidance as you require. Want to know where to start? Get in touch with A-1 Freeman Moving Group today!


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The Mickelson Family
The Mickelson Family
Best. Move. Ever!
Very pleased with the overall respect and care the men gave to my possessions. Even mailing me very quickly the only thing lost in transit. Would recommend to anyone needing a long distant move.
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