Moving the Smart Way

On my blog, you will find information about everything from which boxes to use to how to find the right storage unit so that your move can go smoothly.

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Moving the Smart Way

When you decide to move, what do you do first? Although you might be tempted to gather together free boxes at the grocery store or start going through your stuff, there is a right way and a wrong way to move your stuff. I have moved over thirty-seven times, and I could tell you horror stories about poorly planned relocations. I want you to be able to avoid some of the same pitfalls I have endured, which is why I put together this webpage. On my blog, you will find information about everything from which boxes to use to how to find the right storage unit so that your day can go as smoothly as possible.

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Avoid Motion Sickness During A Long Distance Move With The Help Of Movers

2 June 2016
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Being stuck in a car for a long drive can be one of the worst things to experience for someone who suffers from significant motion sickness. If you're preparing for a long distance move, you've likely already begun considering the benefits of hiring a mover versus handling the move on your own. While there are some benefits to driving a moving truck on your own, such as saving money, there are a number of problems that can arise when you're somebody that suffers from motion sickness. Read More …

3 Collector’s Items That Must Be Stored Carefully

9 February 2016
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Collecting items such as antiques or books is a very common hobby. In fact it's estimated that around one-third of adults engage in some type of collecting. Collecting different and unique items can be a very fun activity. It can also take up a lot of space in the home. Often collectors find that they run out of room in their home's for their collector's items. This is especially true after downsizing or moving to a new residence. Read More …

Getting Reluctant Teenagers On Board With An Upcoming Move

14 September 2015
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If you are moving to a new home, sometimes it can be hard to convince all family members to be excited about the change. You'll be busy working to pack and planning movers to relocate your household, but don't forget to spend a little time getting your teen on board. Here are four things that you can do to help your teen accept an upcoming move and maybe even look forward to it. Read More …

If The Brady Bunch Can Do It, So Can You - Tips For Moving A Blended Family In Together

4 August 2015
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If you are combining your family with your new spouse's family, there will be plenty of bumps in the road. The first event where stress can bubble up and get the group started on the wrong foot is moving day. If your newly blended family is moving into a larger home together, there are a few specific challenges you will face, but also some problems you can avoid. 1. Involve the Kids in the Process Read More …