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7 Tips for Moving to a Big City for the First Time

Moving to a big city for the first time can be genuinely exciting. There are a lot of things to be excited about, especially if you are moving to a big city from a small town. There are greater opportunities for personal and professional growth in big cities, as well as endless options when it comes to entertainment options at any time of day, and most importantly of all, a chance to rediscover yourself and figure out what you want in life.

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Tips on Using Storage While Moving

We know that moving to a new place involves juggling a lot of tasks and can be very hard. Sometimes it can be much easier to store some or all of your belongings while you move which can help reduce some of the stress of relocation. Here are a few tips on how you can best use storage to help make your move easier.

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How to Pack and Move Collectibles Without Damaging Them

Are you someone who has a lot of collections? Maybe you have a lot of figurines, art, comics, or other collectible items. If so, then you know that packing and moving them can be a real challenge. In this blog post, we will give you some tips on how to pack and move collectibles so that they arrive at your new home in one piece. Stay tuned!

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The Best Tips for Exercise Equipment Moving

Whether you’re a fitness junkie with your own home gym or you only have a couple of essential workout pieces, when the time comes to move, you need to figure out the best way possible for exercise equipment moving. People usually worry about preparing those fragile items for shipping, but what to do with these bulky and really heavy ones? Well, we have a few ideas, so let us tell you how you can prepare your essentials for cross country moving.

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How to Find a Good Neighborhood to Move To

Now that you’ve finally decided to move long-distance, you’re probably wondering how to find a good neighborhood and be sure you’re making the right decision. Well, we all know that a decent home is so much more than curb appeal and the number of rooms. When you don’t appreciate the area, you won’t notice your dream house, even if it’s right in front of your eyes. That’s why we listed some of the most critical aspects you should dig into thoroughly before committing to your new life.

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How to Find a New School for Your Children After a Move

Moving is rarely easy but can be an excellent new beginning for many families, including those with school-aged children. Thanks to the internet looking for a great new school is also a lot easier than it used to be, which can help you find everything you need from a school’s test scores to the neighborhoods crime reports. It is important to find the right fit for your child, and it’s a good idea to avoid moving in the middle of the school year as your child education may suffer, and it might be more difficult to them to adapt to a new and different curriculum. This is why we recommend that you move at the end or beginning of the school semesters whenever possible to help your child adapt more easily and makes fitting in with the other kids and making friends much easier.

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How to Disassemble Furniture When Moving

When you are moving and don’t want to or have enough to hire a moving company to pack your furniture Disassembling your furniture is just one of those do it yourself projects that have to be done. Even if you have hired a company to help you move, disassembling your furniture ahead of time will be another way that you can save time and money when moving day comes around. Large bulky furniture was made to fill rooms with elegance but want made to fit through doors, hallways or up staircases. One of the easiest ways that you can maneuver around those corners and stairways without damaging the wall, door frame or chipping the fresh wall paint is to disassemble it. Disassembling furniture also has the benefit of being easier to carry and load onto the moving trucks, takes up less space saving you multiple trips and will be just as easy to offload when it is delivered to its final destination which can protect you from unnecessary pain and injury caused by carrying bulky items.

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Tips for Moving When You Are Disabled

There are millions of people in America who report living with a disability. If you are one of these and want to join the many Americans who move each year here are some tips on how to make your whole moving experience much easier.

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How to Pack a Computer for Moving

Do you know how to pack a computer for moving across the country? If not, you’d better tune in, as the last thing you want to add to your relocation costs is the cost of repairing or replacing any of your expensive electronics. Read these tips and learn how to move a desktop computer or a laptop computer like a pro so you can have peace of mind when you set out on your relocation journey.

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What Not to Pack When Moving?

When it comes to long-distance relocation, most of the fuss revolves around the question of what item to put in what package, and how to organize the whole process. Another often-overlooked issue is what not to pack when moving. Many things should find their place on that list, both in terms of clearing up space and your chosen mover’s rules and regulations.

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