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                    Whether you’re catching a flight home — packing (and repacking) your over-stuffed suitcase — or putting last season’s wardrobe into storage, you’re likely in need of some extra space. Don’t worry; your frustrations are over. Here are five ways to pack your clothes better. ...

                    The in-laws are coming! Depending on your relationship with them, this may or may not be a good thing. Make it through the transition in one piece with these tips. Take a deep breath and relax. A study done by psychologist Terri Apter showed that more than 60% of married women said they experienced...

Planning to make the big move to Seattle? Get to know the city before heading out to the Pacific Northwest with our guide below. Here are some tips for moving to Seattle. Prepare for rainy weather. Seattle is known for its rainy weather, but not in the way you might think. Even though rain is frequent in the city (it rains at least 50% of the time), drizzle is more...

                    Are you in the process of moving in with your significant other? It’s not just a big step for your relationship but also for your stuff. A lot of factors need to be taken into account before, during, and after the move. Find out what to prepare for below. Make sure this is the right move. Moving...

It’s that time of year again. College students are experiencing the perfect storm: tackling their finals while having to pack up the contents of their dorm rooms or apartments. It’s a balancing act, to say the least. We may not be able to help you ace your exams, but we can help you become a packing champ. Use these tips for a (relatively) stress-free move out. 1....

Scenes from a tool-storage nightmare — my old basement. I used to be a cabinetmaker and general contractor, and I’m an avid home-improver, so I’m the type of handyman who is loathe to part with anything that might someday be useful. Even when living in New York City, I had my own trove of tools and building supplies in storage. When I moved to the Washington,...