Ultimate Collection of Moving Printables (FREE Printable Moving Binder!)


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This free moving binder kit has everything you could possibly need. If you are planning a move, then you need these printables.

Moving can be so stressful – I know because I’ve been there, done that. I have lots of resources that will help you maintain control when everything feels chaotic. In fact, these 25 moving hacks will help you stay organized when you pack (and speed up the unpacking process too).

printables in the ultimate moving kit

I am thrilled to share this moving binder with you – for FREE! Yes, this is the ultimate collection of printables and checklists to organize your move, all for FREE! As I recently learned, there are a thousand details to juggle during a move and these moving organization tools kept me sane.

On that note, I wanted to pass along the love and share them with you, so YOU can have the BEST MOVE EVER too. Print everything out, three-hole punch them, and add them to a binder so you have everything you need for an organized move right at your fingertips! No, really, it’s every.thing.you.need, minus the packing tape, sticky labels, and perhaps a fantasy professional box packer who sneaks in and pack while you sleep.

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When I told people we were moving, they either got wide-eyed with concern or looked at me with pity. Moving (out of state, and selling your home, with kids, and moving into an apartment while building a new house) is HARD. People warned me, but I had no idea I would literally be going strong from the moment the sun came up until long after I *should* have been in bed. And, lucky me, we get to move again in a few months when our house is finished!

I’m not worried though. While it wasn’t a cinch, these printables made the move as smooth as it could be under the circumstances. That’s why there’s 17 pages of printables for your moving binder– no more lost information or scattered papers, literally everything you need. Minus the Scottish guy. Darn.

17-Page Printable Moving Binder Kit

What is in the moving binder? It is packed with 17 pages of checklists, tracking sheets, and anything and everything that will help you keep track of all the stuff that is going on when you move from one place to another.

Here’s a sneak-peek at all the pages in my moving binder.

Things To Remember

I included a pretty to-do list for you. It’s blank and ready for you to fill it with everything that you really can’t afford to forget to do.

Then, there is an items to sell page. Use this to keep track of all those things that you aren’t taking with you. If they don’t sell or you run out of time, donate them.

The measurements page is super important! This is where you write down how big the furniture is. You can even write down the door frame sizes. No more making the same mistake as Ross in Friends (pivot!).

Finally, important dates are where you can write down closing dates, move-in dates, and bill due dates.

printable moving kit with to do list, items to sell, measurements, and important dates

4-Page Moving Checklist Timeline

One of the key pieces is the 4 page moving timeline. I packed it chock full of tips to help organize your move so you don’t need to remember anything, just follow the tips and check the boxes. Easy peasy!

It is organized chronologically. It starts out with stuff you should do 6-8 weeks before you move. Then, it has tasks you should do 2 weeks before you move, 1 week before, a day before, and the day of the big move.

printed pages from a moving binder

There’s even a pretty cover. Gosh I love a pretty cover.

cover of a free printable moving kit

Free Moving Out Checklists & Trackers

I also included a lot of helpful pages where you can keep track of what you packed, who you owe money too, and how much you are spending (among so much else). There are 17 pages of essential, amazing, moving checklists.

Here’s what I’m giving you, my beloved Making Lemonade friends, as a big huge smooch for being so supportive and sticking around during this big life transition– all of these are included in the FREE Moving Binder Printable package (note that this is a bulleted list; for the links to the printables, keep scrolling):

  • Moving To-Do List
  • 4-Page Moving Timeline Checklist (with handy tips!)
  • Utilities and Services Worksheet
  • Master Contact List
  • Box Inventory
  • Budget & Expense Tracker
  • Important Measurements
  • Items to Sell
  • Master Calendar of Important Dates
  • Cover Sheet
  • Spine Labels

If you want it, click below to download the entire pack. If you have friends or family who will be moving soon be sure to share this post with them!

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BTW, the images look pixelated here but they are BEAUTIFUL when printed.

Download the Entire Printable Moving Binder Here

Printable moving checklist

Free Moving Binder Labels

Because I love you so much, I even made some labels for the spine of your binder. Click the binder size that you have and print it out – this is free too!

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It’s been a busy summer, but I must say, an organized one too. Which is great because I’ve really had to focus on getting the kids settled into a new routine, school, state, friend group, daily life, EVERYTHING. And in a few months we’ll pack everything up and move into our new home, so staying organized has been essential for my sanity!

Share this post to Facebook or Pinterest and save yourself a million minutes of looking for information in the middle of your move. This moving printables kit has you covered!

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  1. HI! I downloaded your awesome moving packet! It is asking me for a code in order to use it though. Do you have one?

  2. Thank you much for the moving download. Very generous of you.
    My husband needs some of these lists desperately.

  3. I’m a real estate agent in Moses Lake, WA. I’m going to have fun providing this moving checklist for my buyers and sellers! Thank you!

  4. Dear Carrie:

    Thank you so so much for this amazing printable, I am moving for the first time and doing it almost by myself, so this is a real life saver, there are so many things that you forget until the last minute, apart from having all documents, contacts, etc, up to date and completely organised. Bless you!!!!

  5. I was feeling stressed out about my upcoming move so I decided to surf the net and came across this. did realize how much I need it until I printed it out. I also printed a copy for a friend of mine who is moving. awesome little check list. ended up printing two copies for myself (printer error) and used the headers from each page to make myself an index and used the extra white “binder spines” as box labels. this has been great. looks neat and professional and keeps all your thoughts together. I ended up adding in a few things and making it my own because were moving across the province so its more hectic than your average move but its been a great tool

  6. THANK YOU for posting this. I was looking for something pretty but organized to get me ready for our move–39 days away!

  7. Carrie, thank you!! All the way from Australia!
    Weโ€™re about to move with 3 kids, 1 on the autism spectrum, 1 with Anxiety, and one a newly mobile baby! I needed all the help I could get, and this has been a lifesaver! Iโ€™m so grateful for your generosity in posting things like this… so glad I found you & subscribed!

  8. Thank you so much for sharing this for free! As a first time homeowner it is stressful enough I just knew something would fall between the cracks if I didn’t get organized! This is really helping me prep and lay out everything in one binder for now and also after the move!

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  10. Checklist method is very useful and between moving remember all those work about moving. I like your blog and really happy with your information. Thanks for sharing.

  11. I love the checklists, thank you so much.
    I am unable to type anything on the spine label or the front page for the binder. Any suggestions.

  12. Thank you so much for posting this fabulous series for free. My husband got a job in Maryland (we’re currently in Oregon), with about 30 days of notice before we need to be there. I’ve been mildly panicked, if you believe it. Having an organized, simplified binder makes me feel so much better prepared for this big move, so again, thank you. You’re a life saver!

    1. You are so welcome! Good luck on the big move, and welcome to the east coast (be prepared for LOTS of humidity, haha!)

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  14. Hi! Thanks so much for this! I am a new landlord and am providing this to my renters. I wanted to customize the utility page, but it is password protected. Any chance you are willing to share? Thanks for considering!

    1. Hi Christine! Carrie’s assistant here – you can sign up for her email list and she will email you the password to get into that page! Hope that helps ๐Ÿ™‚

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  16. I downloaded this and I’m super stoked to have something to organize my move in a few weeks! But there doesn’t seem to be a way for me to edit the utilities page of add text to the title page of binder spines. Is there a way to do this?


    1. As of right now I don’t have that option. I’ll try to add it in the future!

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  18. THANK YOU for this! When my fiance was stationed in North Carolina last fall I packed up our whole life by myself and moved the 3,000 miles from Seattle – this moving binder was the only reason I was able to make it happen. The charts and checklists covered every little detail I could think of and some I wouldn’t even have thought to track. My sister is now planning her move from Seattle to Virginia in the summer, first thing I did when she told me was send her this! I can’t thank you enough, it was truly a lifesaver for me.

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