How to make sure that all your household items arrive safe and sound Take your valuables with you. You don't want to lose sight of your most important items. Report the loss or damage as soon as possible. In many cultures, it's a popular custom to bring bread and salt to a new home.
Basically, their goal is to ensure that homeowners always have enough to eat: bread so that their family never goes hungry and salt so that their kitchen is full of flavor. Whether you want to follow this tradition or not, it's a good idea to visit the local market and buy some basic foods. Between you, your family, the moving company, and any friends who help you, someone is likely to be thirsty or hungry during the move. Why don't you get ready with a fridge full of cold drinks, snacks, and other snacks? And don't forget to grab cups, napkins, paper towels, and toilet paper on the way.
Different people will have specific needs or concerns, such as how to pack porcelain for a move, safely move valuable wooden furniture, or delicate relics, but in most cases, this general list of moving tips and tricks will help.