Moving Planning

How to Get Your Security Deposit Back

Moving out of an old apartment is exciting…but it can be a stressful time, too. On top of all the other things you have going on, one thought will definitely be on your mind: I sure hope I get my security deposit back. Let’s set one thing straight: Getting your security deposit back isn’t about […]

Tips for Moving Your Fine Art and Priceless Sculptures

All art deserves to be treasured — real deal or faux. And if you are lucky enough to own a genuine Van Gogh, Michelangelo, or a simple imitation, transporting any form of art during a move takes preparation. After all, you don’t want to have any surprises once your beautiful bronze sculpture or priceless gilded […]

Smooth Moves

By: Stroller in the City It is no secret that New York City is a little space starved. Multiple kids are sharing bedrooms and parents are considering switching to murphy beds, this is our reality here. But the issue of space (and lack of) really comes into focus when you have a growing family in […]

Why You Don’t Have to Move When You’re an Empty Nester

Just because you’re retired doesn’t mean you must move to Florida or even out of your current home.  Don’t feel pressured to vacate your comfortable house with the upgraded everything, fashioned the way you like to appease everyone else.  If you’re still satisfied and consider it a welcome haven, no one is pushing you out […]

Why You Should Move When You’re an Empty Nester

People often talk fondly about their retirement and kid-free years when they’ll travel the world, move to a bustling city and maybe buy a boat or motorcycle.  Unfortunately, time slips away, and you start missing the days of knee-deep diapers and travel soccer tournaments, forgetting plans to paint the town red during retirement.  Don’t allow […]

Mom’s Biggest Fears About Moving

As a parent you have to keep it together even though you may be unbearably exhausted and losing your mind.  When it comes to moving with the entire family, fears and worries surround you until you’re settled into your new home.  What are the biggest moving fears moms have and how do you combat them? […]

Why Moving to Cities Appeals to Empty Nesters

When you think of moving after retirement, you probably consider that you’ll move to a freshly built retirement community or a relaxing resort area like the beach.  What usually doesn’t come to mind as a popular alternative for retirees is to move to a city.  Most people associate city living as one chosen as a […]

How to Relocate After Divorce

Unfortunately, marriages end more often than we’d like to hear which means one or both spouses will move out of their once shared home.  Splitting up furniture and other belongings while starting divorce proceedings takes a toll on even the most independent, strong soul.  Lots of changes and decisions must be made from where to […]

How to Pack Your Bedroom

Bedrooms aren’t impossible to pack, but the thought of having to pack up your bedroom may overwhelm you just the same.  Many of you keep your bedrooms comfortable and cluttered because you’re probably not parading every guest you entertain there – it’s your private space where you sleep and keep however you choose.  In order […]

Moving Tips: Who to Notify When You Move

Staying on the grid while moving isn’t too challenging when access to e-mail, social media and other communication methods makes almost everyone readily available.  However, not everyone may be aware that you’re moving, and you don’t want to miss out on snail mail and utility services for a single second.  Obviously, you must update your […]