Any big city has a certain culture that locals are expected to adhere to, so you’ll need to familiarize yourself with the city’s vibe. These aren’t exactly rules, but knowing a few things about the concrete jungle will make your transition smoother.
Are you about to start your move? Make sure you’re prepared so your move goes off without a hitch. Check out our timetable and tips to help you pull off a stress-free move.
Moving to a new place where you don’t know many people can be very overwhelming. Integrating with the social scene can be a challenge when you’re in unfamiliar surroundings, but don’t let that keep you from putting yourself out there. Use these helpful tips to let your social butterfly wings fly!
There are apps out there for just about everything nowadays, including apps to make the moving process easier. Here are a few of the best apps you should download before your next move.
For many soon-to-be undergrads, the first place you’ll live on campus is that time-honored staple of collegiate life – the dormitory. In this article, we’ll share some tips and tricks for making the transition to independent living.
When you’ve finally saved up enough to get your own place, look over these pros and cons of moving out of your parents’ house before you sign any papers.
Millions of people in the U.S. move each year, and that results in thousands of horror stories involving damaged grandfather clocks, shattered Waterford china or broken Tiffany lamps. What can you do to make sure your prized possessions aren’t ruined during a move? Check out these eight tips from the experts.
Buying a new home is an exciting time. However, moving can be difficult and stressful. To help you with your move, our friends at MovingHelp.com have compiled a list of seven tips that will help make the process as easy and stress free as possible. From asking for help to avoiding procrastination, this list should put you on the right track!
If you’ve got a move coming up, it’s important to make sure your preschooler is prepared. Whether you’re moving ten miles down the road or halfway across the country, here are some things you can do to ease your child’s transition to your new home.
The wedding’s over, the thank-yous are sent and the top cake tier is in the freezer, waiting for your first anniversary celebration. Now you and your new spouse are starting to act on the plans you’ve made for your life together, and are ready to take that big step in moving into your first real home.