Moving Day First Aid Kit

When you’re spending hours packing or unpacking everything you own, lifting heavy furniture and boxes, and using a variety of tools, it’s not unlikely for a few casualties to occur. From paper cuts, to stubbed toes, to dehydration, it’s important to be prepared for anything that may happen to you or your moving helpers throughout […]

Storage in San Antonio

If you recently moved to San Antonio, Texas or your considering doing so, you’re not alone. San Antonio is an increasingly popular city for recent college graduates or anyone looking to relocate for a job. The city offers a variety of living options at different price ranges, but if you’d like to downsize your home […]

5 More Landmarks to See on Your Cross-Country Move

Depending on the route of your cross-country move, you may be able to hit some of the stops in our previous list of must-see landmarks. If not, here are five more unusual sights to see. So, pull over your U-Haul truck and take a minute to stretch your legs and maybe learn something in the […]

College Moving Tips: What Type of College Move are You? (Flowchart)

Typically students move several times during college.  Whether you are graduating, moving to college, studying abroad or off for one of the school breaks, chances are, you are “on the move”.  It is hard to remember every supply or service you need in the midst of all your other scholarly responsibilities.  Every move and mover […]

Living in Phoenix

If you’ve recently moved to the Living in the Valley of the Sun then you’re aware of these three things: there is no escaping the sun, there is an abundance of swimming pools and wherever you are, and you will always be in sight of cacti and palm trees. (Even though palm trees aren’t native to Arizona.) […]

College Moving Tips: Small Cross-Country Move Without a Car

With the end of year approaching quickly (along with finals and graduation…) you probably don’t have time to think about the logistics of how you are going to move back home or to your new “big kid” job. To make matters worse, you don’t own a car. No car, no problem; we figured it out […]

Moving to Nashville

Like any city, moving to Nashville can leave questions in your mind. What months are best to move there? What is the housing market like? What is there to do when I get there? Well if these questions have been on your mind, you’re in luck! We have the answers. Here are the things we […]

College Moving Tips: Small Moves with No Furniture

Getting ready to move for college is one of the most exciting milestones in someone’s life. If you’re like me, when moving around furniture isn’t an issue. Between the dorm I lived in freshman year and my current apartment that came fully furnished , moving is mainly about transporting all of my clothes. Moving is […]

College Moving Tips: Multi-Student Move

With the end of the school year approaching, chances are you’re starting to consider options for the summer? Maybe you’re graduating this year and you’re heading out to a big city to start your career. Or maybe you’re moving out of a dorm and into an apartment. Whatever the case may be, if you have […]

Tips for Packing and Moving Books

I always remember my mother treating her books like gold bars when it came time for packing and moving. Being a bit of a bookworm myself, I never knew how much my collection meant to me until I had to pack it for the first time. It’s not as easy as it seems if you […]

Things to Consider Before Downsizing

Downsizing homes is something I’ve had to do with my family several times during my life, but it wasn’t until my recent move last summer that I realized downsizing isn’t as easy as it seems. Moving to a smaller home or living space does have a lot of pros, but could potentially have an equal […]

Finding a Neighborhood with Walkability

What is “walkability” and what does it mean to you when you are looking for a new home? The American dream used to be a house in the suburb with two cars in the garage, but that is changing. Not everyone wants or needs to own a car, and by taking a look at your […]