How to Move Without Breaking a Sweat

Moving during the summer months or in a high-humidity locale is not ideal. In fact, moving in extreme heat can be dangerous if you don’t take precaution. Of course, it’s always a great idea to move during early morning or late evening hours. Staying hydrated is important too! The recommendation is eight ounces of water eight […]

How to KonMari Your Move

If you’re reading this, you most likely know about the KonMari Method and are interested in learning how it can help you move. For those of you who have no idea what KonMari means, here’s a brief description of this “life-changing” system. Marie Kondo, a Japanese organizing consultant, wrote a book about decluttering that has […]

Moving Rental Cancellations

So, you have your moving truck reserved and have mapped out your travel route. You’ve even begun packing up your belongings in preparation for your big move. But then…something happens; life changes course. There are numerous reasons as to why you may need to cancel a U-Haul reservation; from a simple change of heart to financial […]

Creating a Bullet Journal Moving Inventory

Anyone who has moved before knows that moving can be a chaotic process, especially the packing and unpacking part. It can be very frustrating trying to find that one item after you’ve moved, but you can’t remember what box you packed it in. But, there’s a way to avoid this moving madness. Create a box […]

The Complete Guide to Moving in the Summer

Moving in the summer can be hot, busy and takes some extra considerations!  But, let’s face it, that is the time of year people move for really logical reasons and it can also be really fun.  The kids are out of school, wedding season has many people beginning a new life together and usually in a […]

Moving Timeline Infographic

Moving day is upon us! What seems like plenty of time to pack up your old home and transition to your new is in fact the opposite. Trust me when I say, it will pass at the blink of an eye. Do not let procrastination knock on your door. It is never too early to […]

Moving Tips for a Local Move

Not every move is a cross-country, multi-state journey. Sometimes, you just need to move across the city or even to the other side of the neighborhood. Here are some moving tips for a local move. Determine What Size Truck You’ll Need One of the most important decisions you’ll probably have to make is just how […]

Buying your First House: Part 3

You have officially gone through the difficult part of buying your first house.  You have your finances in order, been pre-qualified and have probably even started working with a realtor or started looking online for the perfect house within your budget.  But before you put your offer in on a home there are some hidden […]

What To Know About Moving Season

It comes as a surprise to many people that there is technically a “moving season”, but almost half of all moves occur during the short few months between Memorial Day and Labor Day. Knowing this, what should you expect if you’re planning to move during moving season? Here’s a few tips that should prove useful. End of […]

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 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 […]