Things That Might Delay Your Move

Moving is extremely stressful, tiring, and a major life event. When you plan ahead and remain organized, the moving process can be a "piece of cake." Even with the best-laid plans, however, glitches in your plan can occur, delaying the process. Here are things that may delay your move, and what you can do about them: Protecting Expensive Items You need to take it upon yourself to protect your valuables and not count on the moving company to do so. [Read More]

Hiring A Moving Company To Make Your Move Easier

Moving into a new area or a new home can be a lot of fun, but the packing, loading, and unloading are not. There are some ways to make the process easier and save yourself the hassles that go along with a long-distance move. While there is no way to make a move easy and stress-free, getting settled into your new home might just make it all worthwhile. Planning A Long-Distance Move [Read More]

How To Settle Into Your New Home With Minimal Stress

The first day in your new home can be very stressful. One way to make it less stressful is to know what to expect and to have a plan for settling in. Think about everything you will need in your new home to prepare for your first day. Grab Your Survival Box As you are packing, make sure to include a survival box. This is a box that contains everything you would need. [Read More]

3 Things You Should Do Before Moving Day

While preparing for a move, you may start feeling overwhelmed at everything you need to do. Instead of waiting until the day before to do everything, there are three things you can do a week before moving day to ease your workload and help make things go smoother. Make Your To-Do List If you have not already done so, make a moving to-list. You can keep this list on your computer, in a cell phone app, or inside an old-fashioned notebook. [Read More]