How to Set Up a Work from Home Office

More than three million American employees work from home at least part-time, according to Global Workplace Analytics. These workers compose nearly three percent of today’s workforce; increasing 103% since 2005. With so many employees telecommuting—at least—part-time, creating a dedicated workspace that is, both, functional and inspirational is ideal. U-Haul provides many work from home opportunities throughout […]

What to Do With Your Food When Moving

Let’s face it, whether you’re moving near or far the idea of cleaning out your refrigerator is the last thing you want to think about. Let alone the idea of throwing away food?! Tragic. There are several ways to easily move without tossing out any expensive groceries! Here are some general tips when you want to bring […]

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 […]

How to Use Wardrobe Boxes for Moving and Storage

Organizing all of your clothes is probably the last thing you want to worry about during a move.  With all the heavy lifting going on, smaller items like clothing just seem to add stress to the process.  However, you don’t have to raid your closet at the last minute and shove everything into random boxes. […]

What to Put in Each Moving Box Size

When packing up your belongings, it is important to put items in the right moving box size. This will ensure that you don’t break your back trying to carry items and your belongings remain the most secure. For example, a larger sized moving box may have more space, but that doesn’t mean you should put […]

How to Lighten Your Load Before a Move

  If you’re about to move, your time is precious. You don’t want to waste it packing things you won’t even use in your new home. Here are a few tips for how to lighten your load before moving day: Set Aside Time It’s difficult to find time for things we want to do, let […]

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 […]

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 […]

College Senior To-Do List

If you’re entering your senior year of college, there’s a certain number of things to think about ahead of graduation and moving out. Preparing for the working world, living on your own and having no built-in vacation time are not easy transitions to make, so it’s best to face the senior year with an attitude […]

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 […]

Making a Cleaning Schedule

How many hours each weekend do you spend cleaning your home from top to bottom? Wouldn’t you rather spend your time with friends and family, or catching up on your Netflix queue? No, this isn’t an infomercial for a product that is going to “revolutionize your life.” But by the end of this post, you’ll […]