Had you told me 20 years ago that someday I would work for a moving company, I may have called you crazy. Up to the point of graduating from high school, I moved exactly ONE time—at the wise age of one, so memories of that day are a bit hazy. :)
We love the month of November! The weather gets cooler, the leaves start changing colors, and football is back in full-force. But what we love most about November are the holidays. There’s so much to celebrate! Take a look at our complete list of November holidays, then decide how you’ll make the most of each day.
To locate your nearest U-Haul store, you’ll need to visit U-Haul’s website. But, before you go, take a second to learn about getting a cheap move without having to drive.
You might automatically think that renting a truck is the easiest and cheapest option for your move—which may be true for local moves. However, if you are moving long distance, you might not realize that you can move cheap without having to visit a local office, pick up a truck, or drive. U-Pack is a great alternative to truck rental because you can get discount moving without having to drive at all.
Though military members deserve respect for their sacrifice year-round, it’s especially nice to have a special day each November to honor the dedication of our service men and women. That’s why we’ve compiled this comprehensive list of free meals, perks, and deals for veterans and active military members to enjoy in celebration of Veterans Day 2013. Take a look!
If you’re planning to hire labor to help load your belongings on moving day, there are things you can (and should) do to help prepare for their arrival. Things that will not only make the day go smoother, but will save you time and money, too.
Moving Help Prep
As you get ready for the big day, one of the most important things you can do is have everything planned out. Giving the movers the ability to do things quickly and efficiently is the number one way to save money. Here are some things you can get started on:
Helpful Advice For Starting Your New Life Out Right
It was a little over two years ago that I tied the knot and moved into a new home with the love of my life. With two years of marriage under my belt, I was asked recently by a soon-to-be-married friend if I had any tips or advice about moving in together after they’re hitched. So I racked my brain, relived some great memories, consulted some experts and told her this:
Did moving leave you frazzled? Sit back and relax!
We feel your pain: you’ve been moving all day long. And whether the move took a few days or a few hours, to say you’re tired would be an understatement. You know what you need? A little relaxation. You deserve it. So forget about unpacking those moving boxes; you can get to that later (seriously, it’s not like they’re going anywhere!). Instead, give yourself a pat on back with these stress-free ways to relax.
Dig through the wardrobe box and find your comfiest set of PJs and house slippers. Instant relaxation.