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Posted on Aug 12 2013 - 12:44pm by Dayna Hathaway
Comments Off on College Dorm Prep Guide: Moving Day!

  Things have changed a lot since I went to college, back in the days of the floppy disk. While I carried a paperback dictionary with me in my backpack, a dictionary app can do the job now. Instead of taking a space-hogging alarm clock, a mobile phone will work just fine for waking you up. And thanks to digital music, there’s no longer a need to pack a stereo...

Posted on May 24 2013 - 7:37pm by Garret Stembridge
Comments Off on Tips for a Smooth Hot Weather Move

  Maybe you didn’t want it this way, but you’re moving yourself on a hot day. It happens! However, you don’t have to sweat moving in warm weather. Just plan ahead to stay cool and collected. It may help you feel better to remember that you’re not the only one moving during hot weather. Summer is a very popular moving time! Many houses are sold and...

Posted on May 6 2013 - 8:29pm by Jessica Johnson
Comments Off on How To Find Your House-hunting “Sweet Spot”

I recently went house-hunting and discovered that it is very difficult to resist the pull of appealing elements that ultimately don’t matter to me that much. Ooh, is that a cedar-lined closet? Did you say the coffee shop is only a two-minute walk? Quickly, I realized I needed a little mental discipline in my search. Though we’d all love to be able to afford any...

Posted on Apr 30 2013 - 6:32pm by Garret Stembridge
Comments Off on Make Self-storage Move-in Day Easier with Handy Supplies

  You’ve carefully prepared items for storage and loaded your vehicle, so now you’re ready to move belongings into your self-storage unit. But are you really ready? It’s easy to forget helpful supplies when you move into your self-storage unit. That’s why I’ve created a list of things to have with you to make it easier to move your belongings...

Posted on Apr 19 2013 - 4:01pm by Garret Stembridge
Comments Off on Five Tips for Local Moves

  Moving, even if just for a short distance, can be a massive drain on your time and finances. Early preparation, particularly in selecting a quality moving company and getting rid of unwanted possessions, can save you a lot of time and money. See our moving tips. ...

Posted on Apr 12 2013 - 10:15pm by Jessica Johnson
Comments Off on Top Five Tips for International Moves

  Moves of any type are stressful, but international moves provide some unique challenges. In addition to being uprooted from your home, moving to another country means a separation from your family, friends, culture and, in many cases, even your language. For these reasons, it’s important to carefully prepare for an international move by carefully choosing...

Posted on Mar 6 2013 - 12:00pm by Garret Stembridge
Comments Off on Stay Relaxed During Your Move

  Taking everything you own from one residence to another can be a stressful experience. Even if you’ve moved before, it’s easy to forget things like keeping a utility knife handy for unpacking all those boxes! To make the moving experience more relaxing for you, I’ve compiled some tips to keep in mind before and after your move. Remember, moving...

Posted on May 11 2012 - 1:55pm by Tim Eyre
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The month of May contains many little celebrations – spring weather, end of the school year, blooming lilies and National Moving Month! Maybe moving isn’t as exciting as lilies opening up for the world or kids throwing down backpacks for the summer, but it’s part of everyone’s life at some point. As I’ve mentioned before when discussing how to pack moving...

Posted on May 2 2012 - 10:55am by Tim Eyre
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If you don’t like to plan things, then you really may not like loading a moving truck yourself. Sorry, but you’ve got to have a plan. No excuses, and no winging it. I agree that it sounds rather boring to plan out how you’ll load your moving truck, but it’s better than the alternative. If a moving truck isn’t loaded correctly, you may not only waste a bunch...

Posted on Apr 27 2012 - 9:30am by Tim Eyre
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If you’re like me, you leave the actual moving of boxes to the professionals, but you’d rather pack the boxes yourself. I’m not saying that I can do a better job than a professional packer, but I think packing my own boxes does have some advantages. For one, I can mull over whether I really want to keep and move an item, or toss it in the pile to donate. Yes,...