Being Motivated To Move

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Being Motivated To Move

After I realized that the business that I worked for was starting to grow internationally, I volunteered to move so that I could see the world. I knew that the country where I would be heading didn't have apartments and houses the size I was used to, so I started looking for different ways to store my belongings. I also focused on improving my family's attitude about relocating, which helped everyone to be motivated to stay organized and complete the move successfully. This blog is all about being motivated to move and doing things correctly, so that you can enjoy a new place.


What You Need To Know When Hiring Local Movers

When you decided that it was time to move, did you know what you were getting yourself into? Moving can be exciting, but it can also be tremendously stressful and more work than most people imagine until they are the ones doing all of the work. Here, you'll find a few bits of information that can assist with taking some of the confusion out of hiring a moving service to assist you. Read More 

4 Benefits Of Renting A Mobile Storage Unit

One thing you may need to do at some point is move to another area. Moving can create a lot of stress for many individuals, and if you fall into this category, you may want to consider renting a mobile storage unit. This can allow you to have a storage option at your home to help with moving preparations. Here are some of the reasons why renting a mobile storage unit might be advantageous for. Read More 

Packing Techniques For Your Oddly-Shaped Valuables

Packing for a move is always a challenge, and you don't always want to hand off the job to someone else. While hiring a professional is one of the best ways to make sure valuable items make it to your new home in one piece, it isn't the only way. By using some proven packing techniques, you can be sure your items will survive the move with minimum wear and tear. Read More 

How To Move A Small Upright Piano On Your Own

If you have a large upright piano or a grand piano, then you are most certainly best off hiring a professional piano mover to transport it to your new home. These styles of pianos can weigh more than 1200 pounds, and their awkward shapes makes them even harder to move without damaging any of their fragile components. However, if you have a small upright piano, which weighs only a couple hundred pounds, you can likely transport it yourself. Read More 

Packing Books: A Five-Step Process

Books may seem sturdy and easy to move initially, but they're actually one of the most difficult items to pack and move. They are prone to warping, water damage, and ink damage, and they're also quite heavy! To keep yourself and your books safe during the moving process, follow these five steps. Step 1: Pare down your collection. Before your move is the perfect time to go through your books and get rid of the ones you don't need or want anymore. Read More