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Top on-the-go snacks for relocations

  • October 25, 2012

Top on-the-go snacks for relocations

Moving is a comprehensive process that requires tremendous mental and physical endurance. While packing your belongings, you'll need to stay focused to ensure that you don't leave anything behind. Additionally, you will need to brace yourself for the journey to your new address, which could take anywhere from a few minutes to several days to complete.

The professionals at Stevens Worldwide Van Lines offer more than just packing advice - they also help people move their belongings between addresses. These expert relocation movers have completed thousands of moves, and can help you determine which possessions to bring and how to handle the drive to your new address.

Bringing food and drinks on your trip is helpful because they allow you to avoid spending extra money at restaurants along the way. These items can also help you maintain your focus - something you'll need to successfully transport all of your belongings.

The following snacks are portable and enjoyable during relocations.

1. Fruits and veggies
An apple a day keeps the doctor away, and carrying this or other kinds of fruit could prove useful. Many fruits and veggies are incredibly filling and can help you satisfy your hunger pangs. These snacks are also healthy alternatives to sugary, calorie-filled treats that could make you feel tired and lethargic.

Place some of your favorite fruits and veggies in sandwich bags or airtight containers to help preserve their freshness. Feel free to snack on them during your trip, but be sure to pull your car over to the side of the road before doing so.

2. Sandwiches
Prepare sandwiches the morning of or the day before you move. Pack these meals inside a cooler filled with ice to keep them fresh until you need them. This will allow you to enjoy a homemade meal during your journey. Sandwiches could serve as either lunch or dinner and could help you save money and time by avoiding dining establishments along the way.

3. Drinks
Bottled water is ideal because it can help you stay hydrated and refreshed. Juice, iced tea and lemonade are also popular for many travelers, and storing these drinks in an ice-filled cooler can provide a chilly treat for those driving in warm-weather areas.

Coffee can help you stay awake and alert when you're undergoing a long move, and may be particularly helpful if you're the designated driver. Store this beverages in a thermos to keep it warm and preserve its freshness.


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