Planning is the least tiring part of the removal process but you should never tend to it lightly. Remember that good planning will be vital for the success and the pleasure you feel, if you feel any throughout the removal process. First of all, you need to take into considerations several things that you are planning. Apart from dividing the plan for the work and the financial plan-which is essentially your budget you need to also take into consideration if you will be using professional help or not because this will drastically change the plans one way or another.
Furthermore, you need to be perfectly aware of how many people will be helping you so that you can properly separate the work, time it and be aware how long will it take and how frequently will breaks be necessary in order for those helping you to rest occasionally. Planning is to a large extent a question of physical capabilities and you need to measure it all very well. Plus, planning is nothing set in stone so you need to be familiar with the plan so well that you actually manage to fix it, change it if the circumstances require it.
First of all, you have to begin with planning the packing. Estimate how many people you will have helping you. Then estimate if it will be possible for you to pack several rooms at the time-if you have enough people that would be great. Before that however make sure that you spare enough days for the purchase of all the packaging, protective and boxing material. Furthermore, you need to assign the particular tasks, spare enough time for each and every one of them which will naturally depend upon the size of the room, the number of the possessions that will need to be packed, the difficulty of the possessions to be packed and the number of people that will be helping.
Remember that the number of people doesn’t affect the rest. Everybody’s resting at the same time but when they are working together they will be working better, faster and harder. Managing to find people to help you will be a great move and great success if it is eventually done. When it comes down to assigning the appropriate time remember that you need to have break which is at least four times shorter than the period of work if we are talking about a regularly timed removal. Depending on how much time you have spared for the entire packing process you could actually have breaks as long as the working or longer.
Furthermore, you need to be well aware of the physical condition of everyone and what everyone is capable of doing. Depending on a person’s particular strengths or physical drawbacks and problems you will have to adjust the working rate and the breaks appropriately. Furthermore, you might need to take out one person from the working process if feeling too tired and increase the working rate for the rest of them by making this taken out person to provide bigger comforts for the working people throughout the break like for instance making food. The point of adjustable planning is to achieve in the end not simply the same results but also in the same amount of time because with a removal of any kind it is time that is very important and naturally it can’t be restored or compensated for in any way.
All in all, planning your packing process is not complicated and not stressful, especially if you have people helping you. The point is to use what you got in the smartest and most effective way possible.