If it Summer of August how many clothes would bring for a month? We go Jersey shore every summer from Arizona to get away from the heat and I over pack (if you comment once before dont answer to be rude pathetic if you ask me to be mean) I WANT TO SEE OTHER SAY anyways i want to pack less this Summer if we have chance to go. What your thoughts should i pack for 2 weeks? no we wont have washer and dryer but uncle and aunt live next town so i go over there house to do my clothes sometimes i wont get right of way cause they work but i hope to go over there house more this Summer and i do it on my own
Weather is humidity is 80 degree to 90 sometimes and sticky at shore, and we go swim in ocean and lagoon so get super sticky when you get out
- Anonymous4 weeks ago
- 2 months ago
Here is a mobile checklist for an 8 week period. Moving tips are easy to follow:
8 weeks before the move:
• Sort your belongings. Go through each room and open each closet. Choose what to take to your new home and what you want to get rid of. Get an overview of things that require special packaging or additional insurance coverage.
• Search for movers. Try not to rely on a telephone statement. request a quote on site. Get a written quote from each company and make sure it has a US Branch of Transportation (USDOT) number. Do you receive at least 3 different offers of movers for comparison? There are also travel options.
o Do-it-yourself move: you rent the truck, load it and drive alone or with companions to your destination.
o The Hybrid Move: you hire assistance for loading and unloading the truck, you drive and hire the truck.
o Full-service relocation: relocation performs loading, unloading and driving. The moving company you selected will charge you for the services.
• Organize school documents. Request that your children's records be moved to the new school area.
7 weeks before the move:
• Get an overview of the companies you need to notify to change the address. Do not forget to also list your entries online.
• Create a folder to move files. Use this folder to keep an eye on everything - each of your offers, receipts and an inventory of your moving objects.
6 weeks before the move:
• Plan and book your trip. Book a hotel if your trip requires accommodation during the trip or before preparing your new home. Book all necessary flights.
• Purchase packaging materials. Buy standard boxes of different sizes; Bubble wrap; Wrapping paper; Tape; and special containers, such as cupboards and dishes.
• Contact your family doctor. Obtain copies of your family's medical records or have the records sent to your new doctors. If you don't have a new doctor in your new area, ask your current specialist for references or suggestions.
• Contact your insurance agent. Find out if any changes to your medical, dental, automobile or personal insurance are necessary for your move.
5 weeks before the move:
• Go through the refrigerator, freezer and food cabinet. Avoid buying excessive foods like bulk orders by the day of the move.
• Let your loved ones know that you are moving. Send them your new address or send a moving announcement by email
• Buy moving supplies, including boxes, packing materials, tape, names and box cutters. Make sure you have special things like dish boxes, cupboards and linen bags if your mover doesn't provide them.
• Label your boxes. Numbered boxes, color code per piece and main inventory list.
• Create a packing schedule for each room and start packing!
4 weeks before the move:
• Select your mover and confirm the precautions. Confirm the date of the move, costs and additional services.
• Change your address. Go to your nearest post office to change the address or do it online at usps.gov.
3 weeks before the move:
• Cancel your paper subscription and configure the delivery to your new address.
• Organize all relevant documents, jewelry and heirlooms. Keep these valuables separate from your moving boxes and make sure they are carried by hand or by shipment with a tracking number.
• Take pictures of things with a high ticket price. Take note of current scratches, dents or damage to your furniture.
2 weeks before the move:
• Confirm the movers again. Contact the moving company you have mandated and check your arrangements. Make sure that the insurance is sufficient to cover your affiliation.
• Clean. Empty your storage units, safes and other storage rooms outside the location. And don't forget to take your laundry.
• Take a well-deserved break. Think about the number of working days you need to move, then ask your boss for a break or vacation.
• Clean the floor coverings. Have floor coverings cleaned; They must be rolled up and wrapped by the cleaner and ready to relax in the new house.
1 week before the move:
• Fill up on the medicine you will need in the coming weeks.
• Pack your bags. Plan a full pack a few days before the date of your move. Then prepare bags for all family members with enough clothes to wear for a few days.
A few days before
• Defrost the cooler. Store, clean and defrost your refrigerator and freezer 24 hours before moving.
• Check again with your moving company. Check the arrival time of the moving company and other details, and make sure you have the exact address of the new home for the staff. Enter your contact information, such as B. Your cell phone number.
• Schedule the payment. If you have not agreed to pay your mover by credit card, you will receive a money order, a bank check or cash for payment and a tip. Remember that refreshments are always appreciated.
• Check. Make sure the moving company listed is from the company you hired: the USDOT number on the page should match the number on the quote you received.
• Take stock of your business. Sign the inventory before moving and keep a duplicate.
Above all, celebrate the memories you have made at home and prepare to start a new chapter in your life. This travel checklist is your guide to smooth travel.
- ArtemiscLv 72 months ago
There are plenty of places to do laundry at the Jersey shore. I mean if you really want to bring a month's worth of clothes, go for it, but I much prefer taking 2 hours out of my vacation and doing a load of wash. We typically take 2 week vacations, and manage with a rolling carry on and a backpack each.
And don't go shoe crazy. I know women who bring a separate suitcase just for shoes. That's just ridiculous unless you are attending the film festival at Cannes or visiting the pope.
- blackgrumpycatLv 72 months ago
Not having a washer/dryer isn't an issue. You can easily wash clothes by hand and leave them to air dry overnight. 10 - 12 days clothes is enough.
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- Anonymous2 months ago
This is getting old. You are way overthinking this.