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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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How to pack with newspaper

by Ethan Greenfieldon Mar 16, 2017. With the average price of an interstate move going around $4,300 and the average cost of a local move being roughly $2,300 (according to data published by the American Moving and Storage Association), it’s no wonder that, just like millions of people who are …

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How to negotiate with moving companies?

by Ethan Greenfieldon Mar 7, 2017. Stating that the process of moving house is expensive often sounds like a gross understatement – according to the American Moving and Storage Association (AMSA), the average cost of an interstate move is approximately $4,300, while the average price for a local move is …

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6 Mistakes to Avoid When Moving With Children

Nothing says supernova meltdown like revelation a kids you’re relocating to a new city. Kids build their clarity of comfort around familiarity: same house, same room, same bed, same sidewalk, same friends. But if you’ve finished a preference to relocate, you’re going to have to mangle it to them during …

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What to Do with Used Moving Boxes

The hardest work is over: you’ve changed to a new city, unpacked in your new home, and started settling into your new routine. Thank integrity for those full-service movers who did all a complicated lifting for you. There’s only one issue: what should we do with all of those used …

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