Happiness and a sense of belonging are keys to the success of your relocation to a new state or environment. You can speed up your adjustment period in a new city with a few tips and tricks. Here are three methods to help you. Lay the Groundwork Carefully If you’ve… Continue reading.
Most moves you undergo in your life come with a lot of preparation time. You have plenty of time to pack, choose your method of transportation, and plan the process. But moves after graduation or for summer vacation often don’t come with the same conveniences. Whether you need to leave… Continue reading.
Adults have a broader perspective that helps them to approach a big move with positivity. If you’re moving for a new job, it’s tough to leave friends and family, but the opportunity for better benefits and pay will make a big difference. If you’re moving to be closer to family,… Continue reading.
Moving is always a monumental task, but you might find the move even more challenging when you have kids or other family members who will move with you. Moving with children means more gear, more clothing, more equipment, and more juggling for time. Packing, moving day, and settling into your… Continue reading.
For most American households, moving is a certainty and something that will happen at one or more points in their life. In fact, according to statistics published by the United States Census Bureau, slightly more than 11 percent of the population moved to a different home during the counting year between 2015… Continue reading.
Many people become stressed, engage in hard manual labor, and eat a lot of takeout while moving. This can be very hard on your body. Staying healthy during a move takes a lot of effort. These tips can help you stay healthy and avoid injury during your upcoming relocation. Start… Continue reading.
Whether you’re buying or leasing a condo unit, you have to live in harmony with the other residents who share your condominium complex. To be a thoughtful, non-annoying new neighbor, understand the dynamics of condo living and set clear boundaries for yourself. Here’s how. Read the Rules and Bylaws The… Continue reading.
Moving always brings some stress and change, but moving during or after divorce can become even more challenging. You might have legal appointments, personal and family counseling, the physical and emotional needs of children, paperwork, mediation, asset division, and custody hearings. However, with planning, sound legal advice, and a little… Continue reading.
Moving can be one of life’s most stressful events. Often, moving involves saying goodbye to home, signing a lease or a mortgage, selling a property, meeting new people, finding a new job, going to a new school, acclimating to new places, and finding new restaurants, doctors, and dentists. Moving can… Continue reading.
After years or even decades of living in a larger home, you might now be faced with the need to move into a smaller home. Some people decide on downsizing for financial reasons; others choose to downsize because maintaining a larger home is not as easy as it used to… Continue reading.