In reality I am sure it takes more than that. Every (international) move requires preparation, flexibility and creativity. And if all of this fails to solve the problem, a good portion of humour!
I remember when we moved to Bucharest, we were living in an area where a lot of construction was going on. This resulted in frequent power-cuts. No electricity meant no light, no water which came from a well, no heating, no internet,….
We got used to it and had always a couple of buckets of water ready, the laundry was done in the evening after working hours, and in winter we had a gas stove in case of low gas pressure.
A lot of our electrical supplies had a build-in clock. These were not connected to a central clock and were starting at 00:00 after each power-cut. It still makes me smile when thinking of my eldest son who answered my question “what time is it?” with “one hour and forty seven minutes since the last power-cut”. It is this state of mind which prevents you from getting mad or crazy.