Moving Tips: The Right Way to Pack Your Kid’s Room

Moving is a stressful time for your entire family, but especially for young children. Although we may not always think about them first, children often have a difficult time adjusting to the changes of moving homes. There are many factors that contribute to the discomfort of a move, such as leaving friends behind, as well as familiar rooms and routines.…
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Moving Tips: How to Pack Up Your Garage for Moving

Garages and storage areas are always packed last because most people are not sure how to pack their garage for moving. One thing is certain: it poses more of a challenge than the rest of your house. Sharp objects, dirt accumulation, and awkwardly-shaped items are all common inhabitants of a garage. However, with a bit of planning, you can work…
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Business Moving Hacks: Tips On How to Successfully Move Your Office Space

There are many reasons why you may think about moving your business from one office to another. Moving premises has many advantages. It can improve employee morale, make your business more cost effective, be a more convenient location, improve brand perception and can even represent an upgrade in technology. Your employees spend most of their day at work, so moving…
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Moving Over the Holidays: How to Be Successful During Holiday Relocation

Moving is already bad, but moving during the holidays can become a huge source of stress. Collecting and packing all your belongings seem like never ending chores, not to mention the move itself. Thanksgiving and Christmas are upon us, and for some people, this also means moving time. Holidays tend to be hectic: family visiting, bad weather, too much traffic,…
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Are You Hiring a Certified Moving Company?

The moving industry is more competitive than ever before, and it may be hard to identify legitimate, certified moving companies. There are many “moving mavericks” that own big trucks and offer moving services on websites like Craig’s List. However, they are not certified, trained, or insured, and often put your belongings and themselves at risk. How can you tell the…
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The First 10 Things You Need to do When You’ve Moved Into A New Place

Finally, moving day has arrived! You’ve used smart packing tips to get your belongings ready, and you’re about to officially move into your new house. Now, all you have to do is unpack your belongings, right? Moving into a new place involves more than just unpacking your stuff. It means reorganizing, decorating, and learning where you usually put stuff all…
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How to Get Rid of Stuff Before Moving: 9 Things You Need to Throw Away

Living a clutter-free life has incredible benefits, especially come moving time, but knowing how to get rid of stuff before moving is not always easy. Getting rid of stuff you’re not going to use will help you organize the space around your home and take advantage of it. The best part about living clutter-free is that it saves you both…
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PackRat Panic – Tips to Moving When You’re a PackRat

Being a packrat is not easy, especially if you are moving soon. The anxiety that takes over when you start thinking about the amount of things you have is quite normal. Instead of looking at your moving and packing as an imminent catastrophe, look at it as the best chance you have to get rid clutter. Living in a cluttered…
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Tricks To Unpack Your Home in 2 Days

Moving into a house is exciting, but the packing process can be dreadful. It’s no surprise that many people let unpacking drag on for many days, and even weeks. Some people never finish unpacking! The smartest thing you can do after moving is to unpack everything as soon as possible — don’t you want to start enjoying your new place?…
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What To Do When Your Move-out Date Doesn’t Coincide With Your Move-In Date

What do you do when you have to move out on the 31st, but can’t move in until the 10th? Well, being homeless isn’t really an option. Most of us don’t have family or friends with the space, or, if we’re being honest, the desire to play host to you and your family and all of your belongings for the…
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