What Removal can be Called Successful?
Usually in order to announce to yourself that you have actually gone through a properly successful removal you need to have ended it at your new home, with all your house-mates, family members, romantic partners, both located in your new home and back in your old living area happy and satisfied, with you in possession of enough financial wealth in order to establish and set up the new life for yourself and your family. However, if you actually manage to end up in such a perfect situation right away and not let us say after a few months into your new living place than you are straightforwardly lucky. Many people actually end up with one or two problems in their new living place and it is exactly those problems that you need to take into account and then determine whether you have achieved success with your removal or not.
Basically the first question you need to ask yourself is how much have I lost and how much have I won. You could ask that question first and foremost for money and this question might happen to become unfortunately quite realistic if you in fact end up with less money or no money than originally planned. Furthermore, you need to remember that you might have arranged for specific circumstances that might make you richer after a while in your new living place but if those circumstances leave your struggling for at least one day that certainly means that you have had a huge flaw in your plan and you failed to see it. A successful budget means that you have enough money all the time for everything and furthermore that you have all the time money in reserve that you can use for eventual emergencies.
Then, there is the factor of your possessions-make sure that all of your possessions have arrived safely. Even if they haven’t that still doesn’t mean that you have failed in any way particularly if those possessions are replaceable and they don’t have any sentimental value for you and even more so if you have some specific budget for possible needed repairs, not to mention if you have already some sort of insurance attached to your belongings. If you can restore the certain possession, if you can repair it without losing too much money and without being thrown out of balance because of the large expense on the specific repair than you can still consider your removal well planned and certainly well executed.
Then again, don’t forget the happiness factor which is pretty much the most important one and this is the factor related more to the place and the environment even though financial wealth and the condition of the new home and all the possessions inside still naturally play a major role in this story. If the people living with you are happy and are satisfied and are looking for the future in their new home with hope for new experiences and are eager to explore and find out what will happen further and go on, then that means you have done your job the right way. Ultimately happiness and unhappiness are rather elastic terms so you will need to make the decision for yourself whether a person is happy or not just make sure you determine it well, because there is nothing more shameful then making a decision that causes pain to someone and not knowing about it particularly if this is a close person, a family member, a romantic partner.
All in all, successful move means a removal which leaves you and the people living with you happy. Their and your happiness stands for success.