With the stress of moving day, you may want to find ways to wind down before hitting the hay. There are many things that can satisfy your need and still help you adjust to your new home.
If you have enough energy, you may want to take a walk and explore the neighborhood, as this could help you relax and get your mind off of all the packing
and unpacking you did earlier in the day. It will aid in your familiarization with the new area, as well. Getting to know where you live as soon as you move in is a great thing, as it can help you adjust and feel a part of the community much more quickly.
Since you likely have a bunch of unfinished business with decorating and setting up, you may not have your kitchen ready for a full-fledged celebration dinner. In this case, it may be a good idea to see what restaurants are around your new home. This could be a great idea, as it could not only be a fun stress-reducer, but also because you won't have to cook.
However, if going out isn't your style, ordering some delivery may be the way to go. This will help you relax in your new home and not have to worry about running around town.
If you have friends in the area, or if they helped you move-in, having an impromptu get-together can help you relax and forget about all the stressors of the day. You don't need much for this situation, so don't feel bad if everything in the home isn't completely set up. A few chairs and a table should do just fine.
Those who are looking for some real downtime can be creative or simple, depending on their tastes. Hanging out and watching television may be a good thing if you've gotten your cable hooked up already. If not, some quiet reading, playing video games or listening to music could help top off a successful day.
Some may not feel like relaxing, as the work in the new home may not be done. Even if it isn't, you may benefit by taking a little bit of time to unwind, as it will help you feel better in the morning.