To stay organized during your move, make a list of all the tasks you need to do, then divide them into weeks, allowing yourself enough days to complete everything on that week's list. If you're unsure where to start, check out an eight-week plan that will ensure you stay on track. I also recommend you tackle this one: getting rid of the clutter will help you be, and feel, more organized. It will also ensure that when you begin packing, you'll only be packing the things that you need to. There's nothing more frustrating than packing items you're going to get rid of after the move.
You're going to be living in chaos for a while, with boxes everywhere and things feeling out of control. It's normal to be upset when you can't find the spatula or the crock pot; just remember to consult your lists and know that you're organized and on track for this move.
One more thing, don’t forget about a back-up plan. Now, I'm not talking about creating a full back-up plan, but rather that you have a list of options should some of the major pieces of your move fall out of place. For instance, I always keep a short list of back up movers and rental agencies, just in case. When it’s finally time for you to move into your new home, also remember that it'll take a while for this new space to feel like your own - for you and your family to settle in. Give it time.
Get organized and clear out the clutter you currently have before packing all your belongings.