The work doesn’t end when moving day is over, even if we wish it did. Once you’ve made your move and successfully unpacked, you have something new to deal with: boxes. Lots and lots of boxes. If you’re organized, then they’re all folded up and put away. If you’re slightly… Continue reading.
Moving isn’t always fun. Sometimes it can be downright frightening… especially if you have to deal with particularly fragile and tough-to-move items. Any of these problematic household objects can make your move a horror story really quickly. Fortunately, they don’t have to. After all, the story of your move is… Continue reading.
Relocating your coffee shop is exciting, but it’s a lot like holding a cup that’s brimming over with organizational and physical tasks that needed to be done yesterday. Stay focused on the future as you plan and execute your coffee shop move. Here are four ways to make your relocation… Continue reading.
During a move, many people who do their own packing worry about packaging fragile materials properly. Improper packing strategies can lead to broken plates, damaged electronics, and shattered Christmas ornaments. Learn these strategies for packing and moving fragile items to help ensure that your breakables are well protected throughout your upcoming… Continue reading.
With proper protection, your favorite framed art and movie posters will survive your move and grace your new walls for many years to come. Follow these tips as you prepare your framed art and posters for your relocation. Packing Framed Art Use specialty boxes made especially for framed artwork when… Continue reading.
Pamper your antique and modern cloth wall hangings when you move them. By using proper packing methods, you ensure that your cloth wall hangings last a long time and look great. Follow these tips as you move tapestries. Brush Up on Use-And-Care Instructions Familiarize yourself with the correct ways to… Continue reading.
Unpacking your belongings in your new home is the final step in the relocation process. By this stage, you may be weary and wonder how you’ll make it through the last leg of your moving journey. As you plan your relocation, keep these four tips in mind for a smoother… Continue reading.
Whether you’re downsizing after retirement or relocating to be closer to your adult children and grandchildren, seniors all over the country are packing up and starting fresh for many reasons. Relocating when you’re a senior poses its own unique challenges, especially if you have medical conditions or physical limitations that… Continue reading.
Moving is a chore that requires several weeks or months of preparation and plenty of focus. While you’re busy concentrating on the boxes, bubble wrap, and making sure you don’t break your favorite vase, you might be overlooking one issue: insects. Several varieties of insects, including fleas and cockroaches, can… Continue reading.
Moving most of your belongings, while time-consuming, is simple: you pack books in boxes, wrap glass in paper, and take furniture apart. Better yet, you hire a moving company to pack for you. However, some items can be challenging to move. Fish tanks, for example, take more forethought and research… Continue reading.