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4 Creative Ways to Decorate Your Living Room After a Move

Are you moving to a new home? You might be looking for a fresh start in a new space. Part of the fun of a new home is making it feel personal to you and your family. For many households, the living room is the center of attention and where people spend most of their time. However, while the living room is such a valuable spot in the home, few individuals take the time to make it shine. Instead, people will put a TV against the wall and then arrange everything around it in many cases.

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How to Pack Dishes and Glasses for Your Relocation

One of the most significant moving tasks is packing up your kitchen with its incredibly fragile items such as dishes and glasses. Here are some tips for packing these items. Gather Your Materials Gather all your materials upfront. You'll need several small and medium-sized boxes. A specialty “dish-pack box” is beneficial for packing dishware because it has a double layer of cardboard on the side and bottom. Your professional mover may be able to supply dish-pack boxes.

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5 Ways to Keep Pets Safe While Packing

Moving with pets is one thing. However, trying to pack for a household move while they get in the way is another matter entirely. You want to make progress, but cats and dogs can make packing harder. So try these tips to occupy them safely away from your packing areas.

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Starting a Long-Distance Move? 4 Organizational Tips to Perform Right Now

Staying organized during any move can be a challenge, but it's incredibly challenging during a long-distance relocation. If you're in the middle of a move that involves finding a new job, learning to navigate a new city in a new state or a new part of the state, and meeting all-new people, you've got a lot to juggle. You can stay organized by taking steps to track all your papers, making checklists, creating a calendar, and so on. Here's what you need to know.

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How Can I Best Help the Movers on Moving Day?

Moving day is almost here — aren't you glad you hired professional movers to make your life easier? There's nothing that improves the moving experience more than working with professionals who know what they're doing. But if you're like many people, you're not sure what your role should be on the big day. Should you pitch in and help? Or is it better to stay out of the team's way as they do their jobs?

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5 Safety Must-Knows For Every Move

Moving to a new home is a lot of work. However, one aspect that you shouldn’t overlook during the planning process is safety. Taking proactive steps to stay safe during a move can avoid serious injuries. Here are five safety must-knows for every move.

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How Can You Make an Impression on the Community After a Small Business Move?

Small businesses account for 99 percent of all companies found in the United States. Many of these businesses will operate from the same location for many years, but some will have to relocate.

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7 Helpful Tips for Moving On a Budget with Kids

You are facing a residential relocation, but the combination of taking care of your family and moving expenses may put a strain on your budget. So how can you save a little money when you must move with children? Here are a few tips. 

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Moving Near the Holiday Time: Tips for Success

Moving at the holidays can make a complicated time of year even more complicated. It’s easy to get overwhelmed between packing boxes, buying gifts, and spending time with loved ones! However, there are many things you can do to make your holidays and your moving experience more manageable. Here's what you need to know. 

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5 Safety Considerations for Unpacking

After you pack and make a household move —  you have to unpack at your new home. And that’s often the most challenging part. Once you move, you want to get everything going as quickly as possible. But, unfortunately, that can lead you to skip necessary steps, like safety. Follow these tips to avoid injury and inconvenience during the unpacking process.

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