I didn't think so.
Side note: MAN, I look like my dad.
Previously on rachelcoxdesigns blog, I broke the news that we are trying desperately to move to a house in the small town where I work. I am still waiting to hear if the house I have my eye on is going to work out, so I'm practicing "tolerance of ambiguity" just now. (I am waiting.) Ugh, I hate waiting.
And since I don't know anything for sure yet, it doesn't make any sense at all that I am filling out my moving binder, does it? (Does it make sense for a person to HAVE a moving binder?) Sure, I'll be ready when I get the "go", but is it a little kooky to have a spreadsheet with 30-some tabs dedicated to moving?
Is it ridiculous that it might be color coordinated (and that those colors might cross-reference to each room's assigned color on moving day?)?
No? Good. I didn't think so, either.
Oh, quit rolling your eyes! Perhaps some of you are as anal-retentive as I am and might want to see how I pull off a family move.
My moving binder contains tabs for:
- Overall Budget
- Moving Companies
- Utility and Insurance Changes
- Boxes and organization
- Overnight Needs
- Moving Contracts and Receipts
- First Grocery List
- Change of Address
- Safety Proofing
- Floor Plans
- Design by Room
- Wish List
Have I mentioned I love moving?