When you downsize your home, it often feels like you’re downsizing your life. However, clearing your life of extra possessions can leave more room for what matters-people and experiences. There are many ways you can sort your items to determine what to leave behind. However, going from the biggest and… Continue reading.
You are moving and you have so much to do with so little time. Don’t panic! The best way to combat the stress of moving is to organize and set deadlines of when to accomplish everything on your to-do list. Below is a countdown infographic to help achieve a successful… Continue reading.
It’s hot outside and you feel as if you can cut the humid air with a knife and are just dreading the thought of packing and loading all of your stuff. Not only is this uncomfortable, but moving in the heat could be dangerous if you don’t take precautions. Below… Continue reading.
If you’ve spent years in a small apartment or modest home, you already understand the limits of space more than those who live in a larger home. Of course, some people prefer a small space. But if your family or employment needs change, you may decide to move to a… Continue reading.
Even if you’ve had experience with corporate relocations in the past, you need to brush up on jargon and processes. After all, relocation companies and van lines will use specific terms to describe and prepare you for the move. Your understanding of these terms can make the relocation process smoother,… Continue reading.
If you garden at all-anything from a small succulent in your kitchen window to a full-blown vegetable garden in your backyard you put a lot of time, effort, and care into growing your plants. Because of the hard work you’ve put into them, it may be difficult to leave your… Continue reading.
Have an infant but need to relocate? Don’t worry. You can achieve a safe and easy move even with your small child in tow. From advanced planning to packing and basic moving tips, the following guide covers everything you need to complete your move with a happy, healthy, and cared-for… Continue reading.
Whether you’re moving to graduate school or teaching abroad, temporary moves can be tricky. You don’t want to bring your childhood stuffed animal or large antique dresser, but you just can’t throw them away, either. What should you do? If you’re preparing to embark on an adventure without all your… Continue reading.
So you have taken the plunge and decided to move. This is a big step, and one worthy of congratulation. But with this exciting step forward comes a lot of costs-some expected, some unexpected. No matter what your housing situation, planning a move turns out to be an expensive endeavor…. Continue reading.
Moving is emotionally and physically draining-but the biggest burden usually falls on your finances. Between packing supplies and making a down payment for your next abode, your budget may be tight. For families and individuals making a move, a return on their original deposit can alleviate some of the burden…. Continue reading.