When it’s time to move to a smaller home, these tips will help you save the memories while minimizing clutter in your new place.
The first step in a successful DIY move? Gathering these essential items.
Two young families accepted the adventure of moving from the West Coast to Nashville, TN. Here are their tips for pulling off a cross-country move.
Whether you’re planning a DIY move or leaving the whole thing to the pros, be sure to steer clear of these five fumbles.
Whether you’re a social butterfly or a homebody, getting friendly with the folks next door will make your new house start to feel like home.
Moving for work? Make sure you know exactly how much help you can expect from your employer.
Sure you’ll need boxes, but add in these other must-haves and you’ll be moving like a pro.
Packing lighter can make settling into your new home a lot easier.
A little organization will make packing and settling in less exhausting.
Pack the bare necessities, or all the creature comforts? Rent out your home or put everything in storage? It all depends on where you’re headed, and for how long.
Refer to this checklist when compiling your ultimate dog move kit and make the move as pain-free as possible for your four-legged family member.
While some moving company add-ons are optional, other charges are out of your control. Know what to expect when you get the movers’ final bill.
A little extra planning can go a long way.
Protecting your belongings during a move is about more than bubble wrap. Before you start packing up, make sure you’re properly insured for the long haul.
Relocating is never easy, but these tips can help ensure a smoother process for the entire family.