Keys, Wallet, IDHave you ever heard the expression "if you want to hide something, put it in the most prominent place"? The brain is designed so that we tend to forget the most obvious things. Remember when you were looking for the remote control for your TV or your phone? Put your keys, wallet, and ID card in the same place.
DocumentsPut the documents you need for the move, insurance, birth certificates, bank statements, or contracts in a separate folder. Any papers related to your business should also be put in a separate folder. The rest of the paperwork can be put in boxes and thrown in the truck.
Basic Tools and SuppliesBring a set of adjustable wrenches, screwdrivers, duct tape, and scissors. Adding glue, a hammer, some screws, and simple electronics is optional. This kit can save you a lot of time if something suddenly fails at your new place of residence.
Medications and Hygiene SuppliesIf you have a prescription for some pills from the doctor, or if you know your body and take medication without a prescription, put enough pills in a carry-on bag that will always be with you.
Health comes first, take care of yourself and your loved ones.
For toiletries like a toothbrush or toothpaste, you don't need to keep them handy, but it's not a good idea to pack them in the back of the truck either. Maintaining hygiene is an enjoyable and rewarding activity.