CHILDPROOFING YOUR MOVE

  • March 3rd, 2016
Childproofingyourmove

If you have a small child, it’s of primary importance to childproof your home as soon as possible after you move in. Accidents are more likely to happen at newly moved-into homes if you don’t make the creation of a safe environment for children your priority. If you follow this list of essential tips, you […]

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Eight Fantastic Reasons to move to Brooklyn

  • February 23rd, 2016

Brooklyn has a higher population than the rest of New York City’s five boroughs – it’s made up of many areas that have more variation – and space – than the packed traffic of Manhattan; including walkable streets, tons of parks, closely-knit communities, and affordable rents. Here’s 8 great reasons to consider Brooklyn’s spacious neighborhoods […]

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How to emotionally ease a Move

  • February 21st, 2016

Moving into a new place contains a lot of emotional weight. When leaving behind a house or apartment that we’ve become accustomed to, it can feel like you’re leaving behind the times that you spent there. Children have grown, jobs have changed, friends have been made, and all the everyday occurrences of daily life have […]

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Moving on A budget

  • February 8th, 2016
Movingonabudget

Moving into a new home can be one of the largest undertakings of your life. Moving demands lots of time and effort – not to mention money. You have to budget yourself to provide the cost of hiring a moving company, as well as the cost of boxes and packaging materials – and any other […]

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How to Quickly Pack your Bathroom in 7 Steps

  • January 25th, 2016
Howtoquicklypackyourbathroomin7steps

For most people, packing for an upcoming move doesn’t sound too fun. A single room can seem like an entire monthly project. Take, for example, your bathroom – the tons of supplies that are stored in this room are difficult to store – and are perishable to note! Luckily, I’m going to provide you with […]

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First Time Home Owner Tips

  • January 8th, 2016
Firsttimehomeownertips

If you’re looking to buy a new home, there’s a huge collection of variables to consider in deciding to sign, or keep looking. These valuable tips might not occur to buyers when searching for their home – or at least they might be eclipsed by the more exciting elements of visiting what could potentially be […]

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Stress-Free Moving Experience

  • November 30th, 2015

Moving can be a major transition. It certainly helps to have preparation and assistance – but even with these, an extra-fortifying calmness booster can make the experience even better. In this blog post, I’ll cover some simple tips that can help make the moving process as stress free as possible. Preparation Before packing, make an […]

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Fine Art Relocation

  • November 9th, 2015

Fine art can be extremely delicate and sensitive to its environment and handling methods. From sculpture to painting, each piece of art needs particular practices of transportation in order to ensure the integrity of its structure and content. The many important intricacies of fine art handling make it a distinct talent and profession. If you’re […]

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How to Efficiently Pack for a Long Distance Move

  • October 26th, 2015

Long Distance moves are a major operation – you’re picking up and transferring your entire world into another home. While it seems daunting, packing up the sum of your belongings can actually be a methodical and organized experience. With some prep and focus, your home can be packed, transported, and unpacked with a surprising amount […]

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Student Moving Checklist

  • October 9th, 2015

Moving as a student can be a major transition. Separating from your familiar family surroundings is both exciting and new – and a process rife with emotions. On move-in days at most colleges, you are bound to see families struggling to carry disorganized carts of belongings, a moment that is both hectic and happy for […]

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5 Things To Look For In Moving Contracts

  • July 9th, 2015

Moving is not an easy task, when you are within the time frame of hiring a moving company in NYC area, it’s likely that you’ll be juggling a number of responsibilities. It is always advisable to read a moving contract from start to finish, but the five items listed below should always take precedence when […]

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Organizing for a Move

  • April 18th, 2015
preparing for a move

There comes a time in life when relocating from one area to another is not an option. It’s never an easy task, but with a devised plan in place, the process is less complicated. With a long list of phone calls to make, shopping, and arranging things, it’s mind-boggling as to where to get started. […]

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CHILDPROOFING YOUR MOVE

Childproofingyourmove

If you have a small child, it’s of primary importance to childproof your home as soon as possible after you move in. Accidents are more likely to happen at newly moved-into homes if you don’t make the creation of a safe environment for children your priority. If you follow this list of essential tips, you […]

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Eight Fantastic Reasons to move to Brooklyn

Brooklyn has a higher population than the rest of New York City’s five boroughs – it’s made up of many areas that have more variation – and space – than the packed traffic of Manhattan; including walkable streets, tons of parks, closely-knit communities, and affordable rents. Here’s 8 great reasons to consider Brooklyn’s spacious neighborhoods […]

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How to emotionally ease a Move

Moving into a new place contains a lot of emotional weight. When leaving behind a house or apartment that we’ve become accustomed to, it can feel like you’re leaving behind the times that you spent there. Children have grown, jobs have changed, friends have been made, and all the everyday occurrences of daily life have […]

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Moving on A budget

Movingonabudget

Moving into a new home can be one of the largest undertakings of your life. Moving demands lots of time and effort – not to mention money. You have to budget yourself to provide the cost of hiring a moving company, as well as the cost of boxes and packaging materials – and any other […]

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How to Quickly Pack your Bathroom in 7 Steps

Howtoquicklypackyourbathroomin7steps

For most people, packing for an upcoming move doesn’t sound too fun. A single room can seem like an entire monthly project. Take, for example, your bathroom – the tons of supplies that are stored in this room are difficult to store – and are perishable to note! Luckily, I’m going to provide you with […]

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First Time Home Owner Tips

Firsttimehomeownertips

If you’re looking to buy a new home, there’s a huge collection of variables to consider in deciding to sign, or keep looking. These valuable tips might not occur to buyers when searching for their home – or at least they might be eclipsed by the more exciting elements of visiting what could potentially be […]

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Stress-Free Moving Experience

Moving can be a major transition. It certainly helps to have preparation and assistance – but even with these, an extra-fortifying calmness booster can make the experience even better. In this blog post, I’ll cover some simple tips that can help make the moving process as stress free as possible. Preparation Before packing, make an […]

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Fine Art Relocation

Fine art can be extremely delicate and sensitive to its environment and handling methods. From sculpture to painting, each piece of art needs particular practices of transportation in order to ensure the integrity of its structure and content. The many important intricacies of fine art handling make it a distinct talent and profession. If you’re […]

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How to Efficiently Pack for a Long Distance Move

Long Distance moves are a major operation – you’re picking up and transferring your entire world into another home. While it seems daunting, packing up the sum of your belongings can actually be a methodical and organized experience. With some prep and focus, your home can be packed, transported, and unpacked with a surprising amount […]

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Student Moving Checklist

Moving as a student can be a major transition. Separating from your familiar family surroundings is both exciting and new – and a process rife with emotions. On move-in days at most colleges, you are bound to see families struggling to carry disorganized carts of belongings, a moment that is both hectic and happy for […]

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5 Things To Look For In Moving Contracts

Moving is not an easy task, when you are within the time frame of hiring a moving company in NYC area, it’s likely that you’ll be juggling a number of responsibilities. It is always advisable to read a moving contract from start to finish, but the five items listed below should always take precedence when […]

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Organizing for a Move

preparing for a move

There comes a time in life when relocating from one area to another is not an option. It’s never an easy task, but with a devised plan in place, the process is less complicated. With a long list of phone calls to make, shopping, and arranging things, it’s mind-boggling as to where to get started. […]

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