How to Pack for a Music Tour

For any artist, getting to travel the world while promoting your work is the dream, but sometimes once the dream becomes reality you can find yourself scratching your head when it comes time to packing. That’s why we’ve got you covered! Below are 5 tips for packing for tour, and if you’re prepping for your […]

Using a Bullet Journal to Plan Your Move

There are thousands of ways to use a bullet journal to help organize your life. (Curious about the bullet journal system? Check out this blog.) When you’re planning a move, there are countless things to keep track of. You’ve got to-do lists coming out of your ears. During the planning process, you’ll have to make […]

Moving with Jazz Instruments

Wind instruments–including the trumpet, saxophone, horn, flute, tuba, trombone, oboe, clarinet and saxophone–require special care when moving day rolls around. Shakes, bumpy roads or extreme temperatures can leave lasting damages on your jazz instruments, so leaving them to roll around in the back of a moving truck or trailer without being safely secured is detrimental to […]

Buying vs. Renting a Trailer

Spring is here, and summer is right around the corner, which means it is time to start checking tasks off your never ending to-do list. Whether you are packing up for a move, heading on a camping trip, or doing landscaping work, a handy dandy trailer is essential to haul materials and items. You may […]

Moving to Knoxville

Originally the first capital of Tennessee, Knoxville lies in the Easternmost part of the state and is the third largest city behind Nashville and Memphis. Knoxville is steeped in Appalachian history and acts as one of the gateways to The Great Smoky Mountains National Park. If you’re thinking about moving to The Marble City, here’s […]

How to Move with Plants

Plants have so many benefits to your home. Not only are they beautiful but they have many health benefits. Some indoor plants purify the air and others keep away certain insects and pests. If you are lucky enough to have a green thumb, you know planting them and watching them grow is a source of […]

How to Announce Your Move

Moving–especially long distance–is an exciting time in your life; one that can affect those closest to you. After all of the major details of your move have been decided and set in stone, it’s time to tell your friends, family, and co-workers. Here are some tips on how to announce your move! Do’s and Dont’s […]

Moving to Mesa, AZ

Located east of Phoenix and just southeast of Scottsdale, the city of Mesa is a vibrant one with hot summers and famously perfect winter weather. There’s plenty to do if you are planning on moving to Mesa, so follow these helpful tips before your desert adventure! Economy Mesa’s top industries include healthcare, aerospace/aviation, education, technology, […]

How to Make a Magic Moving Tape Wallet!

I’m not sure about you, but there have been plenty of times in my life where I’ll finish moving and have tons of supplies left over. Most of the time these sit around for quite a while waiting to be used, but did you know you can make some great crafts out of tape and […]

Buying your First House: Part 1

Buying your first house is a decision that should not be taken lightly.  I have been thinking about buying a home for some time and it is exciting!  That being said, it is also important to consider all the details and how your life will change.  Long before you ever see your first house there […]

How to Use Redfin to Buy a Home

In today’s real estate market, having the right online resource is just as important as having the right agent. The number of homes for sale has been at historic lows, which means prospective home buyers have to stay connected and well informed to be competitive. So how does the right real estate website make you […]

The 5 Types of Neighbors

As you drive your moving truck to your new neighborhood, you may be greeted with friendly waves, a helping hand, or even some baked goods! From condos to apartments to houses, neighbors of all kinds exist– and like your family, you cannot pick them. The people we call our neighbors contribute to our day to […]