Long Distance Moves – Transport Your Vehicle Or Buy A New One?

You're getting ready to pack up your family and move long distance to your new home. This is an exciting, yet frustrating time for you. You probably didn't realize how much stuff you have accumulated over the years until you began packing it up. As you pack the boxes, you have eliminated the things that you don't truly need to take to your new home, but what will you do about your vehicles? [Read More]

3 Tips For Storing Your Precious Items

Storing things for a long period of time can be stressful. You might have valuable things that are very important to you that you are worried about storing. Luckily, storing most items in a storage unit is safe and not anything that should cause concern, so long as you know how to properly care for the items and prep them for storing. Here are a couple tips for storing certain items. [Read More]

How To Create A Music Room

Whether you play an instrument yourself or whether your children are taking music lessons, designating one room as the music room can have several advantages. Just being able to go into a quiet place where there are no real distractions is one good reason. Another great reason for having a music room in your home is that the rest of the people in the house aren't bothered by  the music that is being played, even if it is lovely. [Read More]

Moving With A Toddler - Four Tips To Keep You Sane And Your Child Happy

If you are planning a move with your toddler, they are just learning about the world are aren't going to understand the changes around them. There are things that you can do as a parent to keep your toddler safe and happy before, during, and after a move. Here are four tips to help make a move more fun and efficient for your family and your toddler  1. Talk With Your Toddler [Read More]