using storage units for your kids' stuff

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using storage units for your kids' stuff

Do your kids have more toys than you have room for? If so, you have two options - get rid of some of the toys, or find a new place to store them. I ran into this problem a few years ago and came up with a solution that has really worked for us. I rented a storage unit. I take the toys that don't seem to get played with to the storage unit and let them stay there for a few months. When a get a box or two of toys that the kids don't play with any longer, I box them and retrieve what I had stored prior. This keeps the kids interested in the toys and keeps them organized. Find out more about using storage units for your kids' stuff on my blog.

How To Avoid Last Minute Moving Complications, And What To Expect If You Can’t

14 October 2015
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It's easy to lose track of time when you're preparing for a move, even if it's just across town. Planning ahead and knowing what areas to prioritize can help, but that isn't always enough. If you do find yourself facing a move out deadline, you should be aware of what to expect from hiring last minute help and services to complete the move that snuck up on you. Start Preparing Early Read More …

Moving With A Piano? Be Sure To Plan Where It’s Going

12 October 2015
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Moving a piano can seem like a Herculean task – that's why most people rely on professionals. In addition to being heavy, pianos are bulky and oddly balanced, and banging a piano around while moving it is a lot worse than banging around a couch. But if you're moving, your work isn't done when the piano arrives at your new place. It's important that you plan out just where you want your piano to go before you move it in. Read More …

3 Services to Make Your Cross-Country Move Less Stressful

9 October 2015
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Are you and your family planning a cross-country move? If so, you probably have a lot of important decisions on your plate. You likely need to find a place to live in your new city and maybe even sell your current home. If you have kids, you might have to find a school for them to enroll in after you move. And then you may also need to deal with all of the emotional stress that can come from leaving family and friends to start somewhere new. Read More …

How To Pull Off A Last Minute Move

8 October 2015
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While a move of less than four weeks is a big challenge for any family, there are ways to get the work done. Here are some tips for tackling the challenges of a last minute move.  Find a Truck— Or an Alternative The first thing to do when you're planning a move on short notice is to look for high quality residential moving services. If you're really running late, it can be difficult to find enough trucks for your move, so you may need to get creative about how you'll transport your stuff. Read More …

3 Insider Tips On Using A Lift Gate Versus A Ramp On A Moving Truck

7 October 2015
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Getting very heavy cargo into a moving truck is difficult. You may risk breaking one of your most valuable possessions in the process, or you may risk injury if you are unable to get everything moved safely. Depending on the type of move, it's important to weigh the pros and cons of using a ramp versus a lift gate. Using a ramp is often the better option, but a lift gate may still be a viable option. Read More …