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After struggling for months with our home, I realized that I really needed to do something to make things better. I started looking around for different places that might be better for me and my family to move to, and I realized that there were a few places around that could really help. I decided to move and put a lot of my things in storage, and it was really remarkable to see how much better my place felt without so much stuff sitting around. I wanted to start a new blog that completely focused on moving and getting things done, so check out this website.


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3 Crucial Tips For A Low-Stress Move

Do you need to move to a new city, perhaps even to a new state? Are you dreading the thought of moving because of all of the hassles and stress that can go with it? While moving can certainly be a difficult and stressful time, there is no requirement to say that this is a necessity. It's definitely possible to arrange a move, even a long-distance move, without having any serious mishaps along the way. In order to do so, it's important to start making plans as far in advance of your actual move as possible. Some things you need to consider:

Hire professionals: Although it may be possible to complete a move without the help of a moving company like Two Guys and a Truck, everything will go quicker and smoother with the help of moving professionals. They'll know how to pack up both larger items and more delicate items so that they are less likely to break. Also, unlike family and friends that you may be trying to recruit into helping you move, moving company employees will show up on time and will stay until the move is complete. They definitely won't disappear in the middle of the move without telling you what's going on.

Childcare: If you have children, it's important to find someone to watch them in another location on your moving day. Teenage children may be able to assist in the moving process, but younger children should definitely be sent elsewhere. While they may try to stay out of the way or even try to be helpful, it's just one more thing for you to keep track of while the moving company does its work. If you don't have any friends or relatives who can watch your children at little to no cost, it can be worth paying for a day's worth of daycare simply so that you know that your children are safe and are being looked after during the moving process. 

Storage: Whether you're moving long-distance or just to the next city over, it's often a good idea to rent a storage unit for a month or two just in case. If your new house or apartment isn't available due to someone else still occupying the home, a pipe has burst and the flood needs to be repaired before you can move in, or something else, having a storage unit ready just in case can be a crucial part of your move. In some instances, a moving company may offer temporary storage for a few days and you can take advantage of that, but in many instances, you'll be expected to figure out where to keep the stuff until you can actually move in.