A friend of mine lives and dies by a certain wisdom during house moves: throw money at the problem. Need a complicated wardrobe assembled? Someone will gladly do it for ¤50. Thinking of lugging back lots of new homewares from Ikea on the 140 bus? Get a taxi. Fine, this is precisely the point in life where there’s little in the way of money to throw about, but in the toss up between a lighter wallet and sanity, I know which one I’d prefer.