Are You Moving Far Away?

Are you moving from Los Angeles, California to Manhattan, New York? Maybe you're moving from a little town in Mississippi to a big city in New Jersey. Or, perhaps you are moving from a city in Texas. If so, simply crossing that huge state will more than likely be considered a long distance move, right? No matter where you are headed, the fact that you are moving far away from your present home might be causing you to stay awake during the nights before your actual move. [Read More]

3 Ways To Build A Better Relationship With Your Movers

Relocating to a new home in a distant city or state can be stressful. Many homeowners opt to hire professional movers to alleviate some of the stress involved with a long-distance move. If you want to further reduce your stress on moving day, you need to be prepared to foster a positive relationship with your movers. These three simple tasks can help you build a better relationship with your moving service so that you can make a stressful experience more enjoyable for everyone. [Read More]

How To Properly Move Plants

Plants are a possession that can represent all sorts of complications when moving to a new home, since they are actually alive and thus require special care to ensure that they do not die while in transit. Fortunately, there are a number of simple things that you can do to ensure that your plants stay in good health during the move so that they can flourish at your new property. [Read More]

How To Carefully And Safely Move Your Houseplants

No home would be complete without a few houseplants to help liven up your living spaces. In addition to bringing plenty of appeal to otherwise bare spaces, houseplants also come with plenty of health benefits. Not only do they literally clear the air by removing harmful airborne toxins, but they can also relieve stress and create a calmer, more positive environment. So it's no wonder that you're bringing your houseplants along for your moving trip. [Read More]