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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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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Moving With Children

  • April 15th, 2015

When children are involved, the already complicated task of moving everything you own from one place to another nearly triples in complexity. All the time and effort you’ve put into childproofing every room is suddenly disrupted by the need to put everything in boxes and clean up the empty spaces. For toddlers, a house in […]

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The Costs of Renting a Moving Truck

  • January 12th, 2015
moving_truck

Today, we live in a maker’s world. Pin it on Pinterest and make it easy. Then there is moving. You want to do it yourself. That’s fine. But, make sure you know where you stand with the project at hand before you begin. To assist with that we’ve made a short list of the hidden […]

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Packing and Labeling Boxes Like a Pro

  • December 3rd, 2014

  Packing boxes for a move is a significant undertaking. Each item you move needs to be considered. For instance, fragile cups, bowls, glasses and stemware need their own packing paper and proper handling. They also need to be placed in the correct room— it’s very important to pack your nest efficiently as well— so […]

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8 Tips for Packing the Kitchen

  • March 24th, 2014

The kitchen is a difficult place to pack. Foodstuffs, silverware, plates, bowls, mixers, spices and loose items are hard to keep safe, stow efficiently and track after the move. A lot of times so many of these motley things are tossed into one box, and when you need them most, your dig for them is […]

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What To Do When You Need To Move Last Minute

  • June 18th, 2013

  There are a few reasons you might need last minute movers. Maybe you got kicked out of your apartment by extraneous circumstances or maybe you just ended up with more things than planned and can’t move them all at one. In any case, moving last minute is one of the most stressful scenarios to […]

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International Moving Tips (Part 1)

  • May 21st, 2013

  Aruba, Jamaica, ooh I wanna take ya Bermuda, Bahamas, come on pretty mama Key Largo, Montego, Baby why don’t we go – Beach Boys You have decided that America is not the place for you. Burgers, baseball, and apple pie just isn’t working anymore. Or maybe you love it, but you company has decided […]

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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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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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Moving With Children

When children are involved, the already complicated task of moving everything you own from one place to another nearly triples in complexity. All the time and effort you’ve put into childproofing every room is suddenly disrupted by the need to put everything in boxes and clean up the empty spaces. For toddlers, a house in […]

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The Costs of Renting a Moving Truck

moving_truck

Today, we live in a maker’s world. Pin it on Pinterest and make it easy. Then there is moving. You want to do it yourself. That’s fine. But, make sure you know where you stand with the project at hand before you begin. To assist with that we’ve made a short list of the hidden […]

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Packing and Labeling Boxes Like a Pro

  Packing boxes for a move is a significant undertaking. Each item you move needs to be considered. For instance, fragile cups, bowls, glasses and stemware need their own packing paper and proper handling. They also need to be placed in the correct room— it’s very important to pack your nest efficiently as well— so […]

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8 Tips for Packing the Kitchen

The kitchen is a difficult place to pack. Foodstuffs, silverware, plates, bowls, mixers, spices and loose items are hard to keep safe, stow efficiently and track after the move. A lot of times so many of these motley things are tossed into one box, and when you need them most, your dig for them is […]

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What To Do When You Need To Move Last Minute

  There are a few reasons you might need last minute movers. Maybe you got kicked out of your apartment by extraneous circumstances or maybe you just ended up with more things than planned and can’t move them all at one. In any case, moving last minute is one of the most stressful scenarios to […]

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International Moving Tips (Part 1)

  Aruba, Jamaica, ooh I wanna take ya Bermuda, Bahamas, come on pretty mama Key Largo, Montego, Baby why don’t we go – Beach Boys You have decided that America is not the place for you. Burgers, baseball, and apple pie just isn’t working anymore. Or maybe you love it, but you company has decided […]

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