Stop the Texts, Stop the Wrecks

The dangers of distracted driving are frightening, and it only takes a second for distracted drivers to injure themselves or others. Alabama Attorney General, Luther Strange, reminds us in this public service announcement that texting and driving can be fatal. No text is worth hurting yourself or others. Remember, stop the texts, stop the wrecks. […]

Tips for Moving in Brooklyn

Brooklyn is a great place to live with vibrant communities , great amenities and quick access to Manhattan, all without the Manhattan prices. If you are moving to Brooklyn, congratulations and welcome to your new home! These tips should give you an idea of what to expect when moving to Brooklyn. If you are a […]

6 Must-See Baseball Stadiums

Moving isn’t on anyone’s list of fun things to do, especially a long-distance move. The thought of sitting in a moving truck for hours on end, being passed by a car every three seconds because the moving truck—which is carrying everything you own and towing your car—can only go so fast, isn’t very appealing. So, […]

Alternatives to DIY Winter Moving in Alaska

If you live in Alaska, or have ever been in Alaska during the winter months, you already know that it can be nearly impossible to drive on some of the icy Alaskan roads. In the winter, Alaska temperatures drop to well below freezing with heavy snow. If your lease is up anytime between the months […]

Moving to Hawaii: Kaua’i-The Garden Isle

Even seasoned travelers to the Hawaiian Islands may have difficulty when considering which island is best for their lifestyle when relocating to Hawaii. Over a series of four blog posts, we will be exploring the unique qualities of the main islands that make up the Hawaiian Archipelago for those who may be considering moving to […]

Planning Your Military Move to Alaska

If you, your spouse or a member of your family has received orders to move to Alaska for the military, you have an exciting new journey ahead. Before deployment, there is a lot to plan. Of course, one of the first considerations  is determining how you will physically move to Alaska. Anchorage and Fairbanks are […]

5 Traditions to Learn Before Moving to Hawaii

I will never forget completing my relocation to the Big Island of Hawaii. Even though I felt like I spent a months preparing, and had visited the Hawaiian Islands previously several times, there were still plenty of things I wish I had known before I made the big move. To help make the transition easier […]

College Bound: Moving to UC Davis

Fall is nearing, and as it does, soon-to-be college students everywhere are beginning to plan their journeys to the dorms. If you’ve decided to attend the University of California, Davis (UC Davis), then congratulations. This college is one of the world’s leading research institutions and was ranked no. 7 of the top 50 public colleges […]

College Bound: Moving to the University of Oregon

Moving to the University of Oregon is a time in your life that you will never forget. Moving out of your parent’s home, out into the world on your own,  and changing the way you look at life  are all experiences to be excited for. But, before you begin your college career, you should know […]

3 Options for your Inter-Island Move

Making an inter-island move in Hawaii is no easy task. For starters, island-hopping can be very pricey, and there is a lot to keep in mind to make sure you have the safest, most affordable move. You will need to take into account all of the supplies you will need to pack, plus which transportation […]

College Bound: Moving to Penn State University

So, you’ve graduated from high school and you will soon be moving to Penn State University… A ‘congratulations’ is in order! You have a very rewarding academic experience ahead. Penn State University is known for its high research activity, and also for the beloved Penn State Nittany Lions. This week, we continue our college bound […]

College Bound: Moving to the University of Florida

Florida is perhaps one of the most sought-after states to attend college. The oldest university in the state, the University of Florida campus spans over 2,000 acres, and is home to the nationally-beloved Gators. You have a fun and exciting four years ahead, but first- you’ve got to get there. In this blog post we’ll […]