moving tips

Home & Living
What is your moving story? Did you move for a better job, bigger house, marriage, or divorce? Moving is stressful and a ton
Home
We've been doing it wrong this whole time.
Post 50
~ Clean your house, darlings. Go through all your drawers, closets, shelves, and cabinets, and toss. Give to charity and
Home & Living
When it comes to packing up your home for a move, the garage is often the last room packed. Let's face it, we put it off due to the sheer number of things piled up and the items in the garage are the most awkward things to pack.
Home & Living
The official start to summer is just days away! Summer is the busiest moving season. In fact, nearly 40 million of us move in the summer. If you are one of those on the move this season, we want to help you protect your precious belongings and make your move a smooth one!
Home & Living
Winter is coming soon and many people prefer to stay huddled up under the covers when it's cold outside. This means that a move during the middle of the winter can seem like a nightmare. Luckily, moving during the winter can actually be a good thing in some ways.
Travel
Moving is never easy, especially abroad. But you shouldn't stress out too much and make it look difficult. If you can tame the anxiety and stress, everything will go really smoothly! Living abroad is an incredible experience, so when the opportunity comes your way, grab it!
Home & Living
Moving is a hassle, and it can also be extremely expensive -- especially if you own a lot of stuff. Here are some ideas to help save money on your move, so you can put it into new home purchases instead.
Women
Exactly one month ago, I boarded a one-way flight from Philadelphia to Los Angeles. It was overbooked. When I waited at the gate, an airline attendant offered me a $500 voucher to not take the flight. I considered it. I've never left home in my life.
Home & Living
Movers hired? Check. Moving day scheduled? Check. Packed? Um... If your answer to this question is no, it's probably because you're overwhelmed by looking around at all the stuff in your home. One of the most common moving questions is: "How many boxes will I need?"
Home & Living
For medications, speak to your pharmacist, get your prescriptions transferred to your new home and find out how to transport them safely. Don't forget your pet's medications too. Talk to your vet and get those records and prescriptions transferred to your new home.
Home & Living
Whether you live in a fourth floor walk-up or the penthouse of an elevator building, moving in the city can be stressful, expensive and time consuming. I've been moving New Yorkers in-and-out of their apartments for over six years. Here are my quick tips to ensure an easy and affordable move.
Home & Living
Step 1: Gather Packing Materials Bubble wrap, Styrofoam peanuts, blank packing paper, insulating blankets, and specially
Home & Living
It's summertime aka moving season! Moving to a new city is exciting and it can be easy to get caught up in a whirlwind and forget to take care of a few important details. Before you pack your bags and head off to your new home, here are a few things to mark off your to-do list.
Home & Living
We asked a handful of moving experts -- professionals and experienced city dwellers alike -- to share their best tips on
Home & Living
Whether you are going across town or across the country, moving an entire household can bring on meltdowns, even among the best of us. But by beginning the planning process as soon as you know you will be moving, you can minimize stress and increase the likelihood that everything will go smoothly on moving day and afterward.
Home & Living
While you are packing up all of your belongings, you can also be opening up your spirit of giving. In fact, the act of giving while you move will actually make your move easier.
Home & Living
Moving is almost certainly any home dweller's most frazzling, stressful and chaotic experiences, except for maybe building
Hawaii
I have seen MANY people try and compare the cost of living in Hawaii to where they live. Stop. It's not the same. Sorry. It is VERY expensive to live in Hawaii, especially if you think you are going to try and have the same lifestyle you created for yourself elsewhere.