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Apr
30

When is Peak Moving Season?

Peak moving season occurs in the summer, with 80% of all moves in the United States occurring between April and September. Why is summer the busiest time of year to move? While there are several reasons, the main factor is that kids are off from school. When school is out movers...
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Jun
03

Moving Day No No’s

It’s that day, the day you’ve taken weeks to prepare for- it’s moving day! Equal parts hard work and excitement, moving day means both endings and beginnings. And one thing about new beginnings is you always want to start off right. A sloppy move is like waking up on the wrong...
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May
04

7 Painless Tips on How to Meet Your New Neighbors

Asking a neighbor to spare some flour is often found to be intimidating- but why? It used to be a common occurrence in past generations, but now it seems that we’re stuck in this world where we’re always looking down on our phones- comparing ourselves to others, worrying about being judged...
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Apr
27

Worried About Climate Change? Move to These Cities

I have no plan on dictating what is “fake news” or not, but the severity of the wildfires in Australia and tornadoes in Nashville may not be the last time we see natural disasters of that magnitude. Without any drastic change in emissions, the unpredictable temperatures, extreme weather events, and longer,...
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Mar
19

Moving With Plants

As if house plants weren’t already a trend, millennials are taking #PlantLife to a whole new level and decorating their homes with plant babies. But what does this mean if you have to move? Relocating with a lot of plant friends can be tricky and may put stress on your plants,...
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Mar
09

How to Move Cross Country for Cheap

Moving cross country is challenging, exhilarating, and stressful, but it can also be extremely rewarding.Once you’ve decided to move, take the hassles as opportunities. You get to:Reduce clutterPrioritize important things in your lifePractice a DIY lifestyleWith big moves, it’s tempting to pick up a credit card, call full-service movers and have...
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Jan
23

How to Move with Your Flock of Chickens

What the FLOCK?! Before we start, I want to explain that when we're using the word "flock", we are referring to backyard chickens. The tips provided are not applicable for commercial poultry, but these tips can be used when you're moving with any backyard poultry.With living in Ohio and 50% of...
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Jan
14

How to Declutter and Sell Your Stuff Before You Move

There’s a perennial decluttering trend; Americans, specifically, have a particular affinity for creating and holding onto clutter.We are so addicted to clutter that we created a name for organization experts, called ‘Gurus’. People like Peter Walsh (7 Secrets of a Master Organizer), Marie Kondo (The Life Changing Magic of Tidying Up),...
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Nov
25

Tips for Moving with Pets

It’s common knowledge that moving is one of the top five great stresses in life for people. It’s even more so for pets. For any animal, a predictable routine is a key part of feeling safe. Cats insist on being fed at the same time every day, dogs count on their...
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Nov
13

Pro Tips for Moving In Winter

Moving in the winter can be tricky; it's cold so you want to just snuggle inside with your cat (wishful thinking), and the probability of inclement weather is high. But, there is a huge upside to a winter move: you are almost guaranteed to get a great deal on movers. This...
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