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.
Moving to a new place can be as hectic as it is exciting. To help, we’ve put together a step by step address change checklist.
Finding a roommate on Craigslist can be easier than you think. Plus, if you're opposed to Craigslist, we have 4 other great sites for you to find a roommate.
We all know Dallas is packed with people and getting more packed every day. The Dallas-Fort Worth area is the fourth largest metro area in America, and Dallas itself is the third biggest city in the very big state of Texas. So who are those people moving to and around the Big D, and where are they going?
Moving can be exciting. It can also be nerve-racking. Moving utilities makes it that much worse. Here’s how to move utilities easily and painlessly.
Need to get rid of junk? Whether you’re moving from one home to another, or simply doing a periodic purging of unneeded items from around your current home, you’re likely to find a lot of stuff that you’d describe as, well, junk.
Moving to (or in) Austin, Texas soon? If so, then you really need to check out the Bellhops Austin-specific moving checklist (we’re movers in Austin, if you haven’t figured out).
Moving is stressful. Moving with kids, as you probably already know, can be even more stressful. But it doesn’t have to be. We promise.
There are several things—8, to be specific— you can do to help you and your kiddos stay organized and make happy memories during this big life transition.
Are you donating old furniture that you no longer need, but don’t know where to take it? And not in the neighborhood dumpster? Whether you’re looking for a helping hand when you move or even a helping hand for a non-move, check out these tips that tell you how to get rid of furniture, and make it count.