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Checklist of Things to Do Before Moving

When planning a long-distance relocation, each one of us thinks about the most important things to do before moving. It does not matter how much stuff you own, or how far is your new location; you’ll need a good plan to pull it all off. Remember, time is your most significant resource, so try to use the best of what you have. To help you out, we’ve prepared a checklist that could make your cross country relocation much more straightforward. Let’s check it out.

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How to Pack Beds When Moving

The bed is not like most large furniture you will be packing and loading onto the truck when moving, and not only because it is the most important item that you will bring with you. Your bed is different because instead of simply wrapping it in a few moving blankets and carrying it out of your house, you will have to disassemble it before you pack and wrap each part separately and then load it onto the moving truck. Typical beds come in several different pieces that you will have to take care of when the time comes to pack, and this includes the bedding, the mattress, the headboard and the footboard. In this article, we provide you with some tips on how to correctly disassemble your bed and prepare it for your move.

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How to Pack Toys for Moving

Moving cross country might get stressful for kids, even if they are older. Knowing how to pack toys for moving is essential if you want to make your child feel at ease in the new home. Follow these simple tips for guaranteed success.

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How to Pack a TV for Moving

A hurdle for many attempting to relocate is knowing how to pack a TV for moving. When relocating fragile items, you have to take special care when wrapping and loading; this includes your excellent flat-screen television. They aren’t as large and bulky as they were a decade ago, and they are much more prone to being damaged while relocating. To help you get your TV correctly packed and moved, we’ve compiled a detailed guide for you to follow.

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How to Pack Makeup When Moving

When moving you may be tempted just to throw all of your makeup into one bag and just move it like that. This is a very bad idea as pressed powders can crumble, glass bottles may break, and other items might get damaged. When you are moving or traveling, it is important to take care of your makeup to keep it intact. Here we have provided a few tips on how you can safely pack and move your makeup.

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How to Decide What to Do With Your Yard

Many suburban houses these days come with a yard that offers the family a private place where they can pursue both passive and active recreation. There are many things that you can do with a yard that can best utilize your outdoor space to help you define your outdoor frontier. The size and type of the yard should be identified by the kind of activities you plan to enjoy there and the time and money that you can put aside for landscaping and maintenance.

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Best Tips for Moving While Pregnant

Have you ever wondered how risky some everyday activities may be during pregnancy?  If you plan to relocate, then you should know that moving while pregnant is one of these potentially dangerous undertakings. However, don’t get your spirits down too soon, since there are periods during maternity when a woman can be very active and productive. If your childbearing is generally without issues, you can plan your move to a new home in search of a better location or more space to raise your child. Just keep in mind that the first trimester is not the best time for any hard labor.

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Adjusting After Moving to a Small Town

After you have lived in a big city, it can be difficult to adjust to living in a small town. Your life may become disorganized unless you don’t prepare yourself for the changes you will face. This article can help with the big relocation from the city to life in a small town. Although it will be different, you may find that life in a small town is not all bad. Just as living in a big city has its advantages so does living in a small town, adjusting after moving to a small town is just about seeing the good in a smaller place and making slight adjustments to your daily habbits. Knowing what you can expect will help make your move a successful and smooth transition. Here are a few things that you can do to help make it easier.

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Guide to Relocating With Your Pet

Relocating is a big deal, you are leaving behind your home and the life you had there to move to somewhere else and make it. It is a new chapter in your life and can be seen as an adventure, but as all adventures, it carries with it some difficulties, and the first one you will come against is the stress of the move itself. But this doesn’t have to be so, relocating to a new city should be a process that is easy and enjoyable for the entire family, this includes pets. Animals can be extremely sensitive to moving, especially if they are used to being very active on a day to day basis. You could find yourself moving with animals that are restless, constantly whining or just plain restless. The way to get around this and put your pets at ease is planning.

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How to Cope With the Feeling of Nostalgia After Moving

We have all felt some sort of nostalgia at some point of our lives. Be it the nostalgia for some times that have long passed, then the nostalgia for certain people, the nostalgia for some places we visited and had the most amazing time there, it all boils down to a certain feeling of sadness that has to be replaced by something else in order for us to precede happily with our lives. However, probably the worst sort of nostalgia is the one when we miss the town where we have spent a certain part of our lives in. Most people would agree that it’s the worst one because it in a way combines all the aforementioned nostalgias into one. It is not only the town that we miss. We miss the feeling of safeness, familiar faces, that feeling of belonging. Upon moving into another city everything changes. Our perception of the world and people in it also change. That feeling can be so strong and powerful that most people tend to feel like strangers and outcasts and become completely withdrawn and not willing to socialize. This social isolation is very dangerous and it’s important for it to be cut at the roots.

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