Tag Archives: moving

Moving Advice for Seniors and People with Disabilities

Moving and relocating your home can be one of the most stressful life experiences you’ll face. Moving can bring logistical challenges, the financial burden of unexpected costs, and sentimental sadness associated with saying goodbye the place you’ve called home for years. For seniors and individuals living with a disability, the …

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How to pack a large mirror for moving

by Ethan Greenfieldon Nov 3, 2017. Do you remember how many years of bad luck a broken mirror will bring? Well, it doesn’t really matter because thanks to these mirror packing tips, your large mirror will survive any house move perfectly intact. Large mirrors can be rather expensive to replace …

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How to pack handbags for moving

by Ethan Greenfieldon Oct 19, 2017. In all likelihood you consider your handbag to be your “survival kit” in everyday life – from your phone and your wallet to your lipstick and your pocket tissues, it contains everything you may need while you’re out of home. Besides, it is a …

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How to pack golf clubs for moving

by Ethan Greenfieldon Oct 17, 2017. Regardless of whether you’re a serious golfer or an absolute beginner, if you have your own set of golf clubs, then you must know just how expensive they are. And when it’s time to start getting ready to move home, then you want to …

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How to pack tools for moving

by Ethan Greenfieldon Oct 12, 2017. Moving to a new home can be rather difficult even without any additional complications like having to organize an emergency move (too little time) or being forced to move out with a limited budget (too little money). Not surprisingly, one of the things that …

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6 Tips For Moving In Freezing Cold Weather

Would you rather move in the sweltering summer sun, or against a shivering Arctic wind? If you chose the latter, you aren’t alone. According to a recent SpareFoot survey, 58 percent of people said they would rather move in bone-chilling zero-degree weather while the other 42 percent would choose a scorching 100-degree …

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