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Back to the Nest: Dealing With Hoarder Parents

If you have moved back home after being away at college for several years, you are not alone. This is an increasingly common occurrence, and it stems from a lack of post-graduate jobs, inability to make ends meet on your own or even a sudden breakup with your SO. Moving …

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10 things to do with bubble wrap after you move

by Ethan Greenfieldon Mar 6, 2018. You’ve successfully unpacked all the boxes, or at least the ones that matter, and now there’s this interesting question of what to do with the leftover bubble wrap. Similar to cardboard boxes, bubble wrap is very versatile and you shouldn’t just throw it away. …

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8 Ways to Stay in Touch With Extended Family Members

For those who have moved far away from their hometowns, there usually comes a time when you start to feel distant from your old friends and relatives. When miles separate you from loved ones, regular activities – like getting together on Sundays – become nonexistent. Yet with today’s social media …

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How to Move With No Money

Sometimes you just need to get out of town fast, even when it seems like you can’t afford it. Yet moving can typically cost thousands of dollars in scouting costs, deposits, moving companies, rental trucks, gas and other expenses. You may not be stuck in your current city, though. With …

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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 Move Cross-Country with Cats

Moving with a cat can be challenging. If you let your kitty roam the car, she may crawl under the driver’s seat and hide until she creeps out later to curl up on the brake pedal. Don’t worry, though. There’s no need to get your back arched up over moving …

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