Moving Decisions

“I’ve thought about moving, but I just can’t bring myself to a decision.” “I know we can’t afford it, but I just don’t want to mess with the hassle of moving. Call a mover.” “We have so much junk in the garage that I’d rather stay here than try to move it.” “Let’s move. No, let’s not. Alright, so we’re moving, right?” Making the decision to move may be the most difficult part of moving. Or so it seems. In fact, there are many good reasons—and a few lame ones—for not making a move when logic says otherwise. This section walks you through those reasons to stay put and, if possible, helps you overcome them. The section can also help you handle second thoughts about your move. The key to making a smart decision about moving is seeing problems as challenges and solutions as opportunities.

  1. Challenges and Opportunities
  2. Distance Decisions
  3. Deciding What to Move
  4. Making Good Decisions
  5. Moving Special People