You've moved in. You've unpacked (finally). You've heard from your friends "When can I see your new place?" so many times you've lost count. Looks like it's finally time to throw a housewarming party.
Moving is a great chance to declutter. It’s like that old question: What would you grab if your house was on fire? But with moving, luckily, the fire is nice and slow. You have a few days, weeks or even months to grab everything you cherish and leave the rest.
We move a lot of stuff (a lot of stuff), and we've seen just how many expensive items can fill an apartment. Furnishing your apartment can be intimidating—and especially when you're on a budget.
When is the best time to move?
We can all agree that moving is nerve-racking. Between packing for the move, heavy furniture, a never-ending barrage of moving boxes, unhappy (sometimes immobile) pets and fat moving costs (unless, of course, you booked Bellhops), making a jump to a new home is by no means a walk in the park.
Anytime you are moving out of your parents' house, one of the hardest parts (besides dealing with a potentially tearful mother) is figuring out your first step. In this article, we are going to help you get through all the obstacles that you might encounter. Here is how to move out of your parents' house.
We’re here to help you pack for your move. Keep reading, and we’ll help you out with every packing related issue we can think of: what to pack first, how to pack, and even a seven-step guide to packing your house.
Making Money and Room For Your Upcoming Move
Ryan Finlay is no mere mortal. He is a wise and wealthy Craigslist wizard that has spent the past five years honing his craft on one of the world’s largest buying and selling platforms.
One of the last steps in any move is deciding what to do with all of your leftover cardboard boxes. You don’t even have to have a lot of stuff to wind up with a lot of them.