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 […]

Why You Need a Rooftop Carrier

Packing up the car for a move or road trip? Need a little bit more room, but don’t need a full trailer to haul the rest? Strap on a rooftop carrier, and you’re on your way to maximum car-loading efficiency. Equipped with 15 cubic feet of storage space atop your vehicle, the rooftop carrier is […]

Towing an ATV or UTV

Before you can go off-road with your ATV, you’re going to need to safely transport it to your favorite destination. For those of you that are looking at buying an ATV and don’t want the expense of purchasing your own trailer, the experts at World of ATVs say, “For anyone that needs to transport their ATV/UTV, renting a trailer from U-Haul […]

Tips for Moving Out of Your Parent’s Home

For many, moving out of your parent’s home is a rite of passage, and that’s not surprising. There aren’t many other moments in one’s life that make you feel more like an “adult” than turning the key and stepping into your very own apartment or house. But like most things, moving out of your parents […]

Moving to The Catholic University of America

“Deus Lux Mea Est” or “God is my light” is the official motto of The Catholic University of America (CUA). Lying in the Nation’s Capital, CUA is the only national Catholic university and is home to over 6,000 undergraduate and graduate students. In fact, it was founded by Catholic Bishops and given a charter by […]

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 […]

Moving Tips for College Grads

Four years of college have passed in the blink of an eye and suddenly your undergrad journey closes as you walk across the stage, throw your cap in the air, and say “I did it!” If you had a dollar for every time someone asked you your plans after graduation, you would not be frantically […]

How to Decorate Your Graduation Cap

Decorating your graduation cap is your big shot at one last statement before the real world begins. Whether the design you choose is humorous, whimsical, matter-of-fact or simply colorful, it’s a fun project that can be done on a budget. Follow these steps to make one of two designs–a Pixar “UP”-themed graduation cap, or a nautical […]

Living in Mesa, AZ

As the third-largest city in Arizona (second to Phoenix and Tucson), Mesa welcomes many tourists and permanent residents alike. Living in Mesa offers enriching activities, cultural experiences, sporting events and dining option. Check out these tips and suggestions for living in Mesa. Things to Do Living in Mesa offers a multitude of things to see and […]

What Star Wars Taught Me About Moving

I don’t know about you, but Star Wars is so much more than a series of movies for me. My childhood was full of lightsabers, Jedi, and unforgettable characters such as Darth Vader. I’d watch the movies over and over again and play every single Star Wars video game I could get my hands on. It […]

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 […]

How Much Weight Can My Vehicle Tow?

From time to time you may wonder, “Can I rent a trailer and haul that giant marble statue I want to buy so badly?” Luckily, U-Haul’s website makes it easy to see how much you can expect to tow with your vehicle and one of their trailers! The first step is to go to the trailers […]