Ever hear about Murphy’s law? This old adage states, “Anything that can go wrong, will go wrong.” While the phrase sounds a little pessimistic, it often turns out to be true during a move. A variety of events can interrupt your move or ruin your day. Fortunately, you can avoid… Continue reading.
As a wine collector, you can appreciate a good glass of Merlot or Chardonnay. Over the years, you’ve visited some of the best wineries in the states, and you’ve purchased quality wines from around the world. As a result, you’ve assembled an impressive collection of Pinot Noir, Sauvignon blanc, and… Continue reading.
When you’re preparing for a move, you’ll sort through your possessions and-more likely than not-find a few things that you’d rather throw away than move to your new home. These items are old or broken, out-of-date, or not worth the time it would take to load into a truck and… Continue reading.
The day has finally arrived. All your boxes and furniture sit neatly and securely in the moving van, and you have your children buckled up in the car. You have only one task left: you have to put your pet in the car. You go to the bathroom or garage… Continue reading.
So you’re moving to New York City. The good news? Wherever you end up renting, you’ll be within walking distance and a subway ride away from world-class cuisine, great shopping, diverse cultural events, multiple professional sports teams, and beautiful historical sites. The city that never sleeps will offer incredible opportunities… Continue reading.
In a perfect world, you could wait till the end of the school year to move your family. But unfortunately, moves can come at inconvenient times. You may have to move your kids in the middle of a school year. Many children find this sudden change quite difficult, but with… Continue reading.
In 2014, home ownership dropped to its lowest percent in nearly 20 years-just under 65%. The drop in home ownership happened because of changes in the perceptions and realities of property rental. In the last 20 years, renting has become more attractive and more practical than owning a home. Whether… Continue reading.
When your family moves for the first time, each person has to get used to a new bedroom, a different neighborhood, and a new set of friends. For children and teenagers who have always lived in the same house, the prospect of making new acquaintances can seem daunting. What’s more,… Continue reading.
Are you a manager or facilities coordinator preparing for a big move? The promise of an office relocation often energizes a company, but it also seems overwhelming when the details of the move need attention. Fortunately, you can take several steps to relieve much of the stress involved in a… Continue reading.
Although electronics seem much more durable than artwork or furniture, they have their own vulnerabilities. Despite hard plastic casings, electronics need special care and preparation just like any other item. Use the five steps below to prepare and pack large electronics before your next move. 1. Back Up Important Data… Continue reading.