Summer can seem like the perfect season for moving. Summer vacation time may allow your children to help more effectively and to transition from one school to another with minimal stress, while the sunnier weather means fewer concerns about travel conditions. But the summer season presents its own set of… Continue reading.
Boxing up items like books, kitchen utensils, and clothing is relatively easy because you know the contents are likely to stay safe inside a sealed box. Irregularly shaped or delicate items are trickier, and these are more likely to suffer damage during the moving process. Everyone has property that is… Continue reading.
Wintertime moves come with a host of unique challenges. Along with all the tasks and stresses of relocating your family, you must also deal with unpredictable and potentially hazardous weather. Our previous blog Moving in Bad Weather: How to Stay Safe in the Rain and Snow provided guidelines to help you… Continue reading.
Most people assume local moves are much easier than long-distance moves. After all, you arrive at your new home much faster, making the moving experience less of a hassle. If you forget something, you could even return to your old home to collect it. However, local moves do pose a… Continue reading.
As you prepare to move to a new home, you can’t help but feel a little excited at the idea of starting fresh. You want to put your best foot forward and make new memories with your family. But as you sort through your closets and attic space, you realize… Continue reading.
When Disney Pixar released its new film “Inside Out,” parents and children alike learned about the complexities of emotions and how they impact us on a daily basis. But this incredible movie teaches us something else: cross-country moves create fun memories-and sometimes drama. If we have to move across the… Continue reading.
Packing seems like one of the most tedious tasks to accomplish before a move. You have to fold and organize clothes, clean and box up dishes, and make sure that none of your possessions gets left behind. But just because you have to pack doesn’t mean that you should feel… 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.
You’ve set a date with your movers. You’ve signed the lease agreement for your new apartment. And you’ve picked up a few change of address forms on your way home from work. Now you feel ready to tackle the hardest part of your move: packing. You already have a few… Continue reading.