There can be a lot of reasons why you might find yourself suddenly having to pull off a successful last minute move. Whether it\u2019s sudden job opportunities in other towns, states, or even countries, relocating or transferring unexpectedly for your existing job, not wanting to renew your lease, or just general unhappiness with your current environment or wanting a change of scenery are all reasons why you might find yourself having to move in 30 days or less. The prospect of suddenly having to pull off a move in a month or less on top of the existing stress of suddenly leaving your home and changing environments can be a challenging prospect for a lot of people. Where do you even start? Luckily, we\u2019ve compiled 5 of the easiest tips that are both simple and extremely useful in making your last minute move a successful one - no matter what! \tBook a Moving Company or Rent a Moving Truck Now, you might be wondering why this tip would be first on our list, if actually moving is the last step in your process. The reason we recommend booking your moving company or putting in your reservation for a moving truck (if you\u2019re pulling off a self move) first, is simply because of availability. If you\u2019re moving in less than a month, especially during the height of moving reason, a lot of moving companies or self-moving trucks could already be booked solid for the foreseeable future. Get your reservation or booking confirmation in fast, so you don\u2019t have to worry about it later on.\u00a0 \t Start Decluttering After making sure your moving company or truck is squared away, it\u2019s time to start getting rid of any items you don\u2019t need, use regularly, or want. It\u2019s imperative that you don\u2019t make things harder on yourself than they have to be and waste time packing up clothes and household items you haven\u2019t touched in years. Take it room by room, and clear out, and donate anything you don\u2019t want or need.\u00a0 \t Get Packing Materials Now that you\u2019ve narrowed down what you\u2019re taking with you and what you\u2019re getting rid of, it\u2019s time to start preparing for your move itself. If you\u2019re using a moving company, but aren\u2019t utilizing professional packing services, see if they have packing materials for sale. If you\u2019re a little strapped for cash amidst your sudden move, you can also ask friends or even hunt around stores and ask employees if they have any spare or old boxes or packing materials that might be good for moving. \t Organize and Pack Non-Essentials Once you\u2019ve secured boxes and other packing materials, start organizing and packing any non-essentials or items that you know you won\u2019t absolutely need or use in the next couple of weeks. Starting one room at a time, organize items and pack them carefully and with other similar items to make sure everything is secure and won\u2019t break on your journey. Make sure to label your boxes and keep fragile items together and away from heavier ones. \t Notify Post Offices, Banks, & Credit Cards Once you\u2019re closer to your moving day and have gotten a lot of your packing done, a small detail many forget about until after they\u2019ve already moved is to notify the post office of your change in address for mail forwarding purposes. Additionally, make sure to update your billing addresses for all of your bank accounts and credit cards.\u00a0 Now that you\u2019ve figured out how to get your last minute move started out on the right foot, you\u2019ve set yourself up for success. The key to a successful move is all in the organization and forethought involved - and you\u2019ve got both of those skills! Good luck and happy moving!