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5 Ways to Cope When Moving With Small Children

  Moving with small children is never easy, a lot of planning, time, financial and physical resources are required. Most often, it is recommended that moving is done through professional services no matter how much you would want to cut cost. It is even more hectic...

5 Ways A DIY Move Doesn’t Pay

[caption id="" align="alignright" width="324"] moving tips[/caption]  A DIY move  (do it yourself move) is tricky, you will probably see that hiring a professional moving company is by far your best option if you are planning on relocating. You May End Up Damaging Your Property...

Senior Moving: What You Need to Know

Let’s face the fact – moving can be challenging. Yes, that is the painful truth, especially for seniors as they are not usually advised to lift objects and a number of other reasons. There are a lot of reason why seniors would consider moving. These...

City Life: The New American Dream

Do you believe in the New American Dream? Well, right now, that dream is city living. Over a decade ago, the American dream was owning a white pícket fenced suburban home, but that ideal has been abandoned in favor of a fast-paced, culture-centric, environmental-friendly city...

Tips For Your Move To Portland

Portland is a town of intellects, activists, derelicts, beer snobs, fledgling startups, and foodies. Its diversity makes it an ideal relocation spot for most people. However, moving to a new town or state can be tasking both emotionally and physically. Just like you would hire...

Preparing Your New Lawn for Winter’s Arrival

When autumn is around the corner, and the winter is knocking at the door, smart gardeners find great opportunity to prepare their yard and garden for the abrasive winter months. Here we share with some expert advice on Preparing your new lawn for winter’s arrival. First step:...

Seattle Has Fantastic Educational Opportunity for Growing Families

When you walk in downtown and uptown Seattle on a weekday or weekend, you'll undoubtedly notice the city's bustling sidewalks. A closer look reveals that most of the Seattle residents are families with children. And these Seattle families are either enjoying their family day-out at...

Keep Track of Your Moving Expenses for Tax Savings

Learn how to track your moving expenses for tax savings here. Moving is not an enjoyable process, but most people have to do it sometime. If the move is related to your job, it might be possible for you to deduct reasonable moving expenses when...

Fall Moving Season Means Cooler Weather and Other Benefits

You don't always get to pick when you move and fall moving season may mean that you need to prepare. Between sudden changes in employment, lease end dates, and other factors, you're often lucky to have a seven-day window to choose from for your moving...

How to Deal With Water Damage in Your New Home

When your new home has succumbed to the effects of water damage, it can be hard to see past the mess. Water damage can be very stressful, and knowing more about it places you in a better position to address it. Preventing water damage will...

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