Moving Made Easy
Smart solutions for planning a stress-free move. Plus, tips for sprucing up your new home.
Moving Tips and Tricks
13 Unique Moving Announcements
Moving out? Share your new address with one of these creative ideas.
If you’re changing addresses, use these simple tips for a relatively stressless relocation.
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How to find affordable boxes and packing tools.
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Know someone moving in—or out? Celebrate their new digs with one of these unique ideas.
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Lost an earring? A Scrabble tile? Here’s how to replace it.
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You may not be able to move mountains, but you can plan an organized move with a little help from this step-by-step timeline.
- Sort and purge. Go through every room of your house and decide what you’d like to keep and what you can get rid of. Think about whether any
items will require special packing or extra insurance coverage.
Related: Where to Donate Your Old Goods
- Research. Start investigating moving company options. Do not rely on a quote over the phone; request an on-site estimate. Get an estimate
in writing from each company, and make sure it has a USDOT (U.S. Department of Transportation) number on it.
Related: 12 Steps to Hiring a Mover
- Create a moving binder. Use this binder to keep track of everything—all your estimates, your receipts, and an inventory of all the items you’re moving.
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