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Be Safe and Move Smart

Posted on July 28th, 2010 by

Moving is a process that requires lots of attention. It involves loads of planning and forethought that makes it difficult for you to remember safety. Protecting yourself during the move should in no way be overlooked. With all of the loading and lifting heavy objects and stress being put on your body during relocation projects, there are plenty of opportunities to injure yourself or others. Taking a second to consider a few of the basic and common safety tips prior to beginning your relocation endeavor could save you a lot of pain down the road. — Read More »

Tags: activities, boxes, relocation
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Your Kid Is Going Off to College: What They Must Have

Posted on July 27th, 2010 by

Unfortunately, there always comes that time where a child must leave the grasp of their parents’ hold and move into their college dorm. Now while the amounts of excessive partying, procrastination and unhealthy eating may differ from child to child, there are essentials that each must have in their room. Here are a few tips for those concerned parents wanting to know what their kid will need in order to transition smoothly from your parental guidance to total independence. — Read More »

Tags: college, dorms, prepare
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Thermostat Change. How to Cope?

Posted on July 26th, 2010 by

If you’re from an island you’re used to hot, warm weather all year long. If you live to the northern areas in the United States, you surely experience cold winters while on the other hand, if you live in a city like sunny Miami, FL you are used to the nice warm weather with cool-refreshing winters. — Read More »

Tags: adjusting, budget, cold-weather
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How to Build a Children’s Playroom in Your New House

Posted on July 23rd, 2010 by

Moving to a new place can be tough for everyone involved, especially for young children. Children tend to have it tougher since they have to make new friends and adjust to going to a new school and neighborhood. One way to alleviate the transition is by building them a playroom in their new home. This will allow them a fun place to enjoy themselves. — Read More »

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How to Inspect Your Shower Before Moving In

Posted on July 21st, 2010 by

Hiring a professional moving company does much more then simply cut out the uncomfortable sweat and muscle cramping. A qualified company will allow you time to inspect the smallest details of your new residence, such as your shower. Just because a shower may appear to be in good condition at first glance, doesn’t mean that it won’t give you headaches later on. Here are a few guidelines you can follow in order to properly inspect your shower before relocating. — Read More »

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