Moving to a new state is a lot like jumping off the high dive. It’s a little bit terrifying at first, but it can also be exhilarating. We will walk you through everything you will need to know and do as you get started on this exciting adventure.
Did you hear about the guy who starting walking 20 miles to work and was rewarded with a car? Of course you did!
While moving is stressful, it can also be an exciting adventure. So how do we minimize stress and maximize the good? Generally speaking, there are three things we think you can focus on to help.
Moving is a personal experience. You’re not just moving your belongings. You’re entering a period of transition and often reflecting on what was and what will be. So it’s important that you know and trust the people who are assisting you in this process. This is why we’ve started our “More than Movers” series.
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He struck out finding a ride, but he wasn’t about to miss his first day of work at a moving company called Bellhops. Carr, 20, needed the work. He mulled his predicament and concluded there was only one option: He would walk it.
If you are considering moving to Houston, you might also be searching for the best neighborhoods in Houston. Keep on reading and discover five of the best neighborhoods in Houston to call home.
Today we are a full-service moving operation, but back in 2011 we were just getting started as a company that moved students into their dorms. That’s when we met Kendall, our very first customer, who hired us to move her into her dorm on Auburn’s campus.
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.