Have you snagged a prime position in an overseas country? That is truly exciting and formidable at the same time. What resources will be available to you to assist with acclimating to your new environment? Global Van Lines has many resources to help you. In the meantime, here are a few tips for settling in to your new home.
Is your closet the size of a small apartment? Or is it a normal size, but stuffed from top to bottom? Either way, moving clothes can be the most daunting task for some people. Where do you start? How do you conquer the clutter? Here are some great tips for streamlining the task.
Moving can be stressful enough for the humans in your family, but what about Fido and Fluffy? In the midst of mountains of cardboard boxes, packing noodles, tape and moving trucks, you may not pick up on the signals your furry family members are putting out that signal stress. Here are some ways to ease their moving experience.
Moving day has arrived! You’re packed, the rental truck or movers are outside, and despite your hope for a sunny day, black clouds are moving in promising ruined furniture and soaked boxes.
Moving in difficult weather doesn’t have to be a nightmare. Being prepared and following some simple steps will help protect your belongings and save you on the anxiety.
Moving day is approaching. You’ve culled through the clutter. You’ve been packing diligently. You’re almost done! But wait! What about that stack of questionable items? Can you send that can of propane normally used for camping on the truck?
No matter how hard you try or how far in advance you begin, it seems as if something in a move always gets lost. Whether the moving crew actually loses a box or great-grandma’s cherished crystal ends up stuffed in with the tools, it seems as if there is no way around the possibility of losing something!
- Moving Tips
- Posted on 09/14/2016
Yes, you are packing some suitcases with clothing, toothbrushes and shampoo to carry in the car when you move. But don’t neglect to pack a box for the first night necessities that will likely arise. You don’t want to rummage through multiple boxes trying to find a screwdriver or bath towel, so set aside one or two boxes, label them the “first night” boxes, and pack them last on the truck. Those will be the first boxes off the truck and into your new home.
- Moving Tips
- Posted on 08/24/2016
Are you a procrastinator? Or did life simply become a bit overwhelming with a growing to-do list? If you find yourself with a looming move date, yet you haven’t begun packing, don’t panic. Follow some simple steps to help smooth the process and keep things organized. Start First with a Calendar and List You may […]