Making Moving Easier

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Making Moving Easier

When my boss asked me to move halfway around the world, I was nervous about how to make the transition easy for my kids. In addition to changing schools, they would also be dealing with a brand new set of circumstances, including leaving their friends behind. To make things a little easier, I decided to do a little research. I found a lot of tips from other parents who had gone through the same things, and they explained how to make moving easier for their kids. This blog is designed to do the same thing for you. Read these tips to make your next move a breeze.


5 Moving Tips When You And Your Ex Are Both Leaving

When a marriage breaks up and both parties move out of the marital home, things are difficult both emotionally and physically. And the acts of packing and moving can make things even more charged. How can you help ensure a smooth transition with your now ex-partner? Here are a few moving tips. 1. Decide on High Stakes Items Early While many things will be relatively easy to split up, some higher-value or more sentimental items can be a challenge. Read More 

3 Things You Can Do to Help Your Movers

Hiring full-service residential movers to help with your move will make the process much easier for you. The movers will come in and pack your house up as well as load and unload the truck. That doesn't mean that you are entirely off the hook. You need to do a few things to make the movers' jobs more manageable.  Measure Doorways You need to make sure that you measure doorways and stairways before the movers come. Read More 

What Do Professional Piano Movers Have That You Don’t?

You probably wouldn't hire a professional couch mover if you needed to relocate a sofa. And you don't need to call a stove mover every time you want to move your stove. So, at first, it might seem a little strange that you'd hire a piano mover to move your piano. However, pianos are large but surprisingly delicate instruments, and the need for specialized movers is definitely not an over-reaction. There are a few things professional pianos have to offer that the average person does not. Read More