The moving adventure usually begins as soon as you search for a new home to live in.
Moving, while stressful, can be a very rewarding experience. Yet, there are some important things to keep in mind when moving out. This includes the well-being and comfort of your children, the support structure you have available during the move (closer to your family, further away from your family?), easy commuting and movement to your workplace, your schools, and much more.
Children are generally more affected by relocation as they often struggle to find their way in a new environment and, more importantly, to enjoy safety and security. If the move is related to a family separation, it is important to involve them in the process whenever possible and make sure their voice is heard when choosing your next accommodation.
You can often search online for facilities such as stores, schools, recreation areas, etc., which can facilitate in-person research. Well-rated amenities should make it easy to choose between two areas, but it's also important to consider what to look for in one area.
Your job also plays an important role in choosing the right home. Can you easily get to your workplace and, more importantly, will the area be able to offer similar work in case the worst happens?
You can also balance seclusion and city life to suit your preferences. If you prefer a more relaxed pace of life, it is best to move to a city, although houses outside the cities may cost a bit more. But you will obviously find that rural and suburban houses give you more space, possibly including a garden.