Moving Tips

Milk Without the Moo: Exploring Various Milk Alternatives

Posted on May 18th, 2011 by

Do you remember regular old cow’s milk? Milk and childhood went hand in hand. Whether in a bottle, with some cookies or paired with cereal, milk was a part of our daily lives. Mothers told us to drink up and we gladly did. Nowadays, there are many milks that don’t come from dairy farms. We’ve moved on to explore other nutritional horizons.  — Read More »

Tags: healthy diet, healthy foods, lifestyle
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Safe Fun in the Sun: Basic Summer Safety Tips and Rules

Posted on May 17th, 2011 by

We all know what summertime means! Longer days, sun-kissed skin, shorts and tank tops and moving services. That’s right; Summer is when the majority of relocations take place. If you and your family are preparing to make the big move in the next few months, be sure to look up our other informative blogs such as how to find good schools and the difference between flat rate and hourly movers. Right now, MovingCost.com is going to tell you how to prevent a painful sunburn and other ways to keep everyone problem-free. — Read More »

Tags: health, safety, summer, sun
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Protect Your Dog from Poisonous People Food: Learn the Top 5 Foods Dogs Can’t Eat

Posted on May 16th, 2011 by

Joining the world of dog ownership is one of the best parts about moving to a place that allows pets. But if this is your first foray as a dog owner, you have to do your due diligence before you pick up your pooch. Aside from thoroughly researching training information and learning what the basic dog commands are, part of your research should also include which human foods you can and can’t feed your dog. There are a number of foods we eat that cause significant health problems for dogs. MovingCost.com has gathered the top 10 offenders here, so you know what to keep out of your dog’s food bowl the day they move in with you.  — Read More »

Tags: dogs, food, pets
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The Search for Good Schools: Top Five Resources for Moving Families

Posted on May 13th, 2011 by

Relocating is challenging on its own, but looking for a sterling school system? That’s a whole other story. Where and how your child receives a well-rounded education is the key factor to their development into adulthood, but many parents don’t know where to start. — Read More »

Tags: education, education system, family
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Moving While Pregnant: How to Make the Move Smoother for You & Baby

Posted on May 13th, 2011 by

There’s no doubt that planning and carrying out a move when you have a bun in the oven is stressful. After considering what a new baby would mean and preparing for your pregnancy, one of the first things you realize as a new parent is all the additional space that’s needed for a developing child. Moving to a new house that can accommodate your growing family is necessary once you come to the conclusion that your one-bedroom suite just won’t cut it. If you want your next move to go smoothly for both you and your baby, MovingCost.com has these helpful pregnancy moving tips. — Read More »

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