Summer Long Distance Moving: 4 Tips To Save Time & Money

Posted on: 21 March 2016
The summer is a great time for long distance moves. Roads are clear of snow, and for families it's a great way to get settled before the school year starts. As you plan a long distance move and coordinate with moving companies, you will want to make the move go as smoothly as possible. By planning correctly, you can save time and money and move into your home with ease. The following four tips will help with all of these aspects and create summer memories that will last for years to come.
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8 Tips For Unpacking After A Move

Posted on: 2 December 2015
Moving is considered one of the top most stressful life events by experts. One of the most potentially overwhelming aspects of any move is unpacking all those boxes and getting all your belongings in place in your new home. The feeling of a neatly unpacked home can't be beat, though. There's no reason for unpacking to be stressful. Just follow these tips and unpacking will be a breeze, allowing you to fully enjoy your new home as soon as possible:
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Teen Attending College In Another Country? What Can You Do To Prepare?

Posted on: 22 October 2015
Many parents both dread and dream of the day they escort a teen off to college. The summer before your teen leaves can be a busy and stressful time, with supplies to purchase, furniture and clothing to move, and financial arrangements to make. However, if your teen is attending college in a foreign country, your to-do list may quickly become much longer and more complex. What can you do to help prepare your teen for living on their own for the first time in an area where he or she may not be familiar with the language or culture?
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From Packing To The Curb: 5 Fun Ways To Get Your Toddler Ready To Move

Posted on: 22 September 2015
If you are packing or unpacking with a toddler in the house, you might be concerned about keeping them out of your way while you get important tasks done. Below are a few ways to get your toddler involved in the packing process, which will make your job easier and help your child get used to the concept of packing and moving.  Let Your Toddler Help With Labeling  Toddlers enjoy imitating important adult tasks.
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