Moving with young children presents challenges even during normal times. Now with social distancing guidelines during the coronavirus outbreak, packing up and moving to a new home can result in unexpected obstacles. Let’s take a look at several tried and true methods of relocating with children in tow.
Making a move to a new home represents a huge transition in life. You hope that moving day is the end of that major transition; however, it can mark the beginning of another significant change in your routines.
Are you preparing to relocate overseas? You will have some additional expenses to include in your budget. Moving to another country can be very exciting. It can also include some additional challenges. Take these additional costs into account when you move overseas.
The number of global COVID-19 cases continues to grow, although some reassuring data suggest that some countries have “flattened the curve.” All around the globe, friends, family, and neighbors are practicing social distancing, self-quarantining, and self-monitoring to slow the spread of coronavirus.
We are in this together. The novel coronavirus (COVID-19) has halted life for many parts of the world. Many in the U.S. have been told to stay home. Social distancing is now routine until life returns to normal. But, some things cannot be put on hold. You may be moving to a new home, and you can’t reschedule that. You may wonder what to do and whether moving services are still available.
Once your household items, boxes, and furniture are loaded onto the moving truck, you will likely be excited to head quickly to your new home and unpack. Wait. You have an important task to complete: a final walkthrough to ensure your old home is clean, free of damage, secure, and totally empty. Why is this important? Let’s take a look at the answer and how to do a walkthrough well without disrupting your schedule.
Global Van Lines has decades of experience with successful commercial relocations. From furniture disassembly to packing, we handle the logistics and labor efficiently so you can focus on a smooth transition for your business.
Most people don’t find any joy in moving. It’s not fun. Even the smoothest relocations have an abundance of stress and anxiety. However, when a disaster happens, when something goes horribly awry, it can feel as if your whole world is falling apart.
Working from home has become a common option in today’s marketplace. A recent study conducted by FlexJobs, an employment website dedicated to remote workers, found that 3.9 million Americans work from home at least half of their time. This is approximately 3% of the total American workforce.
It’s exciting moving to a new city. If you are a renter, you will need to find an apartment that fits in your budget and is reasonably close to your job. And you need to be successful in doing so even when you don’t know much about the new location. You may even need to rent an apartment without seeing it first. We have compiled a few tips to help you out.