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.
When you move into a new place, you want to show it off. We get that. But if you don’t have a nice spot for your guests to sleep, bedtime might get awkward.
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.
Maybe you don’t have hours to read every day, but you’ve got to admit books look good on a shelf. They’re also great conversation starters (even if the conversation is short and ends with the words: I, don’t, and read).
You might think instructions for packing a box only need one step: pack the box. But the truth is, poor packing makes unpacking much harder and can lead to damaged items.
It’s your first night moving. After months of house/apartment hunting and weeks (or a few insane days) of packing, you just want to rest. But with all you’ve had on your mind throughout the crazy moving process, it’s easy to forget what you’ll need, when you’ll need it…
For humans, moving can be stressful. For pets, it can be straight up terrifying. Moving with pets can be extremely easy and to some extent, possibly fun. Here’s how to keep your critter calm on moving day.
Housewarming Party 101
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.