When you are faced with an upcoming move, you might be worried about how your kids will handle the transition. We were worried about it when we moved, and with good reason. Our kids didn't transition well because we weren't prepared. However, a friend of ours helped us to know how to handle the moving and storage process the next time around, and it really improved things. This blog is all about moving and storage to improve your life and make things easier. With the tips contained in these articles, you might be able to reduce your anxiety and organize your things.
25 April 2016
If you are going to be moving to a new home soon and have some expensive pieces of velvet furniture that need to be stored inside of a rental unit for a while, learn how to to prepare them for storage with the following tips. Once doing so, you can rest assured that your belongings will remain in excellent shape and can be used immediately once they are removed from the unit and placed in your new home.
23 April 2016
Moving is always a hassle, even with the best help and moving supplies out there. Making certain that your prized possessions get where they need to go is obviously your top priority. One of the most important items you'll be moving is your mattress. Although people tend to just toss their extra firm or gel-topped models around during a move, that's a good way to wreck your sleep for the indefinite future.
22 April 2016
If you are planning a move, this can be an expensive process overall. There are a few things that you can do to save some money if you are smart about planning. Here are just four tips that can help save you money when it comes to your upcoming move. 1. Downsize Before You Move The less stuff that you have to move, the easier it will be to pack all items up and bring with you.
21 April 2016
Long distance moves can be hard to coordinate on their own, but if you have kids, this can add an extra layer of stress and planning. It is important to make sure that your kids are safe, informed, and ready for a move both logistically and emotionally. Here are four tips when it comes to planning a successful long distance move with kids. 1. Involve Kids in the Process It isn't a good idea to keep kids in the dark about an upcoming long distance move.
30 March 2016
A sport-loving family is never a bad thing, until it comes to finding space for all of the gear that the many sports require. Instead of limiting the number of sports that your family can take part in, or tripping over all of the gear, you can get organized and creative with how you store things. Here, you will learn how to get that sports gear out of the way to protect the gear, as well as your sanity.