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Old 05.07.2010, 13:46
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Re: organizing a move on your own - what was your timeline like?

I have done this quite a few times. It is never too early to start.

There are plenty of International Removal companies that offer advice pages with timescales/timelines and checklists. Google for one near you in your own country.

Pickfords offer good advice for UK movers, perhaps you have a US equivalent... this one too...

My own advice , is that after moving so many times, I realised the easiest way was to leave everything behind in storage or sell it. Much less hassle, on top of money saved, less expenses to replace in the new Country. I always move and travel light.

This forum is a goldmine for people in your situation, your best friend here is the search function. Specific questions are always answered.
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