How to move a house, and the risks of moving from house to house
By Emily Faulding-PetersenThe move from your home to another house is a fraught process, but if you’re looking for a quick fix, a move can also be a great opportunity to improve your mental and physical health.
The main thing to remember about moving is that you don’t need to be completely happy in your new home to make the move.
You’ll need to feel comfortable enough to move, so it’s important to talk to someone who knows you well.
There are some downsides to moving.
If you’re worried about your home becoming too crowded, you may need to take your belongings to another part of town or you may find yourself having to change your behaviour at work.
If you’re not comfortable in your house, you’ll probably find it difficult to adjust to life in a new place.
There’s the usual risk of having your possessions stolen, but this can be a bit of a gamble, as you may have to work harder to keep your possessions safe.
And if you do move, you might find yourself wondering how your old life will look after a year or two.
You can find out how to move your house from the ABC.