Moving Tips

Searching for Roommates Just Got Easier! Try These Three Roommate Matching Websites

Posted on April 29th, 2011 by

The hunt for the perfect roommate is on! You’re psyched about moving in with your future roomie, but who will that person be? If you’re tired of posting “Roommate Wanted” fliers all over town and meeting creep after creep from all the ads you’ve posted on shady online Websites, it’s time to take your roommate search to one of the roommate matching Websites that follow. With a couple of clicks and a little bit of info, you’ll be on your way to moving in with a roommate that suits your lifestyle, and maybe even picking up a new friend along the way. MovingCost.com recommends the following free roommate finders. — Read More »

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Need Energy on Moving Day? Eat the Right Breakfast Foods for a Nutritional, Invigorating Boost

Posted on April 28th, 2011 by

When we get stressed out, we tend to make poor food choices, and what’s more stressful than a move? If you want to feel energized on the morning of your big moving day, consuming a nutritious and wholesome breakfast is exactly what you need. The foods MovingCost.com shares with you in this blog are low calorie meals jam-packed with fiber, healthy fruits and energizing vitamins. Get the energy boost you need the morning you move with these delicious and nutritious breakfasts.  — Read More »

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Nuts About Nuts! The Nitty Gritty on the Nutritional Power of Nuts

Posted on April 27th, 2011 by

What’s all the fuss about nuts? A decade ago, they were ostracized from the health community for their high fat content, but know everyone is drinking them, munching them and cooking with them. These are more than a squirrel’s favorite snack. They are a true buddy to your belly and hold the power of many wonderful nutrients.  — Read More »

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How to Help Your Child Deal with School or Neighborhood Bullies

Posted on April 26th, 2011 by

As if though the move ahead wasn’t enough to stress you out, you also have to worry about your child running into a bully in your new community. Bullying is a very serious issue that needs to be addressed as soon as you know your child is the target of a local bully. New kids are often the target of bullies simply because they’re new and don’t have any friends or roots yet that would keep bullies at bay. Last year, Massachusetts high school student Phoebe Prince committed suicide after enduring the taunts and attacks of schoolmates soon after her move from Ireland. Even in death the bullying didn’t stop. Her Facebook memorial page was vandalized with heartless comments from several bullies, which were later taken down. — Read More »

Tags: kids and school, kids moving, student life
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Healthy Moving Tips: Which is the Best Cardio, Cycling or Jogging?

Posted on April 25th, 2011 by

Jogging is a workout that requires little equipment. All you need is sturdy shoes and a path. For the most effective and safe jog or run, however, you need to be aware of the proper moves, have a good form and know of stretches and other tricks. Many people who first start jogging need to build up endurance, and an hour walk with a minimum of three 10-minute spurts is a great way to do so. Avid runners love the rush they get, the primal good feeling and the meditative process. — Read More »

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