Make a list of all utilities you’ll need to contact to set up end-of-service dates and final bill details; likewise with start-of-service dates at your new home. Check off each utility as you make arrangements.
Make a similar list for all other bills like mortgages, auto loans/leases, credit card and cell phone accounts.
Try to move during the week when more services like banks, government offices, utilities, mechanics and tow-services are open, in the event you run into any problems and need assistance.
If you have pets, make plans well ahead of time as to where to keep them during the move – and how you’ll transport them to your new home.
If you’re having United do the packing and moving, make sure to separate valuable and/or irreplaceable items like important paperwork/documents, jewelry, family heirlooms, keepsakes, photos or any other items you’d feel more comfortable moving yourself.
Don’t forget to file your change of address with the Post Office.
Plan ahead regarding prescription medications. Make sure you’ll have enough with you during your move and transfer prescriptions to your new pharmacy in advance of your move.