Moving when you work from home is a slightly more complicated – the home office is doubly hard to move – you're moving your work place AND your house.
So what can you do to make the move easier?
Moving your home office, like any other move, is all about packing the non essentials – if you aren't using your printer much, go ahead and box it, and some paper up – keep it handy so that you can pull it out and use it if you need it. If you do use it, but not your USB, or other parts of your computer often, consider packing them away as soon as you can.
You can also take this chance to clear out or decide whether anything is needing renewed. Got cartridges of ink that you want to recycle? Take them back or get them refilled as soon as you can – then pack em away – its one less job to deal with – and it will save you money if you use them to be refilled (if your cartridge supports that)
You'll also need to consider how you'll fulfill your duties whilst working from home – will you be able to work on your laptop? Or will your Internet connection be completely non-existent for the next month, whilst you close down one house and settle into a new one.
You'll also have to consider shipping issues – if you collect items regularly, you'll need to make arrangements for them – if you've got stock that's regularly sent to you, what will happen in the 'grey' area between your old house and new house, if there is one?
Moving your home office can be frustrating, and tiring, but well worth it in the long run – that corner you claimed in a rush when you started working from home could become a well planned nook in your new house, with a little imagination.