How to Live With Your Parents Again

How to Live With Your Parents Again

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Are you thinking about moving back in with your parents? Whether it is after college, a breakup, divorce, after having a child, whether you are 25 or 40, there are many reasons for the move. You may be trying to save money, lost your job, or needing to take care of elderly parents. For any reason, we have compiled some useful tips to help the relocation back into their home easy on both parties. Moving back into your parents’ house may not be your biggest dream, or even if you are looking forward to it, there are a few must-do’s to help both parties adapt to the situation best.   The first thing to do when moving back in is…

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How To Prepare For Moving To A New College

How To Prepare For Moving To A New College

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Starting college is a new adventure that will bring you lots of new experiences, fun, great times and of course a learning opportunity that can help you improve your knowledge and look for a job later in life. It is the transition between being a student and becoming an adult. Universities have their relocation policies, which you should observe. The information about it is uploaded on the university’s website so review it as you get your acceptance confirmation. This will give you enough time to prepare. In the meantime, when it comes to the question of how to move to a university, here are some tips and suggestions that can make this exciting experience less difficult for you and everyone…

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Surprising Packing Tips & Tricks For Help Moving

Surprising Packing Tips & Tricks For Help Moving

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Packing essentially takes up most of the time of a move. From packing boxes, to furniture, to clothes and small trinkets, It is inevitably a time-consuming task. We have previously spoken about simple and common tips and tricks for packing and moving. Today, we are going to cover some unpopular, and not so traditional, tips for packing and moving.   The first trick, which some may already do, when it comes to packing clothes, is to roll them. By rolling your clothes instead of folding them, you will be able to fit more items into the same space, making room to pack other materials and items. When you are packing clothes, instead of packing them into boxes, try packing them…

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The Hidden Costs Behind Moving Companies

The Hidden Costs Behind Moving Companies

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Every move can have hidden moving costs. It is very important to read your moving contract before signing it to make these “hidden” fees, not hidden to you anymore. By reading through your contract, you will see that most movers will charge extra for certain situations and specific conditions happening during the move. It is your responsibility to read over this contract and stay up to date with the moving company to make sure you are informed of any extra fees or conditions.   The main reason people complain about hidden costs is because of packing supplies. Some people before reading over their contract will assume that packing supplies come with the moving price and are just unlimited. Most of…

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Moving To An Apartment For The First Time Checklist

Moving To An Apartment For The First Time Checklist

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Moving into a new apartment can be an exciting process. They are different from living in a house, and depending on if you rent or own the apartment, can require a greater amount of attention when first moving in. Whether you have lived in an apartment before or this is your first time, there is a few topics that we will cover that will help you in the process.   Moving into an apartment could be your first time living without your parents, and on your own. It is an exciting feeling, but requires work and dedication to keep your apartment experience up to your expectations. Every rental agreement is different, as is every landlord, meaning that you will need…

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Deciding On A Moving Date

Deciding On A Moving Date

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Throughout our blogs, we have stated how important moving day is. Taking into account your pre-moving planning, hiring movers, moving out of your old home, and moving into your new home, a lot rides on the line with a move. To help begin the process after doing some pre-moving planning and research, it is a good idea to set a moving date. By setting a moving date, it will help you, the moving company, your current homes new inhabitants, and whoever is helping you with your new home get organized and have a plan.   One factor that should factor into deciding on a moving date is cost. Choose a particular date that is related to how much you are…

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Moving to Temporary Housing: Essential Tips

Moving to Temporary Housing: Essential Tips

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As we spoke about in our previous blog post, moving is time and money consuming for many reasons. If you have to relocate to a temporary home for a short period of time, that could make moving even more of a burden on yourself, because of not being able to settle in before packing up and moving again. As with a permanent move, the key is organization and communication. It helps by keeping yourself on schedule and communicating with others helping you or a moving company, such as Woody and Sons. A temporary house move could be beneficial when renovating your current home to stay out of the way of workers. Regardless of the reason, we have constructed a few…

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9 Useful Tips For Moving Into A New Home

9 Useful Tips For Moving Into A New Home

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Moving into a new home is a very exciting and time-consuming process. A lot of people like the feeling of starting fresh in a new home, finding new things in their new community, and meeting new people. Certain people on the other hand, do not enjoy moving to a new place, having to relocate all their valuables, and possibly saying goodbye to family. Whichever kind of person you are, these 9 tips will help you organize your move so it goes more smoothly.   Our first tip, which might not be voluntary depending on your situation, is to choose your new home. By choosing your new home, and going house hunting ahead of time, it will give you a good…

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How to Move Out On A Low Budget

How to Move Out On A Low Budget

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If you are looking to move but your finances are low, and you cannot spend much on a move, we have some creative ideas on how to move on a low budget. This will help you save money, prepare for your move, with time-management strategies, but will take your full effort since you are on a low budget. Having a larger budget obviously will make a move much simpler, allowing Woody’s and Sons to move your furniture and items to your new home, but we understand that some people are on a low budget looking to relocate themselves.   The first thing to think about when planning a low budget move is to see how much savings you have, that…

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How To Handle Relocation Depression

How To Handle Relocation Depression

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Being relocated because of a job, or just moving in general can give you a hard time. Between making moving plans, setting up a moving budget, hiring a moving company, and dealing with all the packing, unpacking, and deciding between what to keep and what to give away or sell, moving can be very stressful on your mind and body. The list could really go on and on between things you have to do, or want to do.   Relocation can cause a type of depression. Not saying everyone is going to get this, but some people are more sensitive or more emotional about the place they may be leaving, the job they left, or family members and friends they…

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