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Downsizing After a Divorce

Posted on September 16th, 2011 by

Although unfortunate, divorce happens and plays a huge role in the status of your living situation when it’s all said and done. You may go from living in a 4500 sq ft dream home to a cozy one bedroom apartment. If this is your situation, don’t panic! Remember that time heals all and the right advice can make this transition a smooth one. Most likely your emotions are on high and you have a feeling of helplessness. Don’t worry; this is completely normal and luckily short-lived. — Read More »

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Bumpy Relocation? Keep Your Relationship Going Strong with These Tips

Posted on September 15th, 2011 by

Resentful, bitter, angry. If these words describe how you’re feeling about your partner after a particularly stressful relocation, then you might be considering throwing in the towel. Unfortunately, other people who only get one side of the situation are inclined to agree with you, but what if you genuinely want to make it work? Perhaps you feel that they are not contributing enough, and they feel you are not around enough or maybe getting to know a new city is harder than you thought.  — Read More »

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Shopping for Home Decor? Read These 4 Ways to Win with Retailers!

Posted on September 14th, 2011 by

Now that the moving company has completed your relocation, the fun part of your move can finally begin! It is time to decorate! With ideas from HGTV stirring through your mind, you imagine color coordinated bathrooms, themed bedrooms and a kitchen all house guests will envy. Of course, prices can rack up before you know it, which is why MovingCost.com has listed four ways to make the most of your discount shopping experience. — Read More »

Tags: home improvement, sales, shopping
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Seeking Accommodations while Remodeling? Glamp Out in Your Yard!

Posted on September 13th, 2011 by

Moving into a new home undergoing renovations can be a stressful process. The planning and labor required in a move is exhausting, and moving into a home that requires remodeling, electrical work or plumbing adds to costs. If your new home has an ample backyard space, consider glamping in your yard. “What’s glamping,” you ask? “Glamorous-Camping,” is a sophisticated way to camp out! — Read More »

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Makeover Your Leftovers! Recycle Packing Material with These Tips

Posted on September 12th, 2011 by

You’ve arrived in your new home and have started to unpack. Slowly, you’ve begun to notice that all of the materials you used in your move have started piling up around you. Stacks of boxes everywhere, newspapers littering the floor, packing peanuts squeaking underneath your feet, and plastic bags for the assorted odds and ends that couldn’t or wouldn’t fit elsewhere have all found their place among the chaos. The last thing you should do is toss them all into a garbage bag and head for the curb.  — Read More »

Tags: packing, packing material, recycling
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