We have talked often about ways you can be organized as you pack and prepare to move, but what happens when you arrive at the new house? This is your opportunity to unpack in a way that you start with more organization. Several years ago,
As the country begins to reopen, people who have been waiting for a safe time to make major life changes - jobs, living situation, or moving - may suddenly feel pressured to make those changes. There are a lot of things you can do to
Declutter Today for a Better Tomorrow Many people cringe at the sound of the word "declutter" as it brings to mind a process that can be emotionally and physically tough. Many others are like me and don't cringe, but rather make grand plans to clear out
I had the opportunity to have a great conversation with the Kaley Belakovich of Angie's List, last week. She was writing an article on "How to make Unpacking Fun," and after a few minutes on the phone we decided that unpacking will probably never be fun. However,
Change is a beautiful thing. Change is a scary thing. Whether chosen or imposed, good or bad, change brings a certain amount of inherent chaos that if not addressed can derail even the most organized among us. While changes to the physical
Want a smooth moving day? Start early, plan accordingly! I’ve moved about once a year for the past decade or so. My husband and I met in college then bounced around from place to place, coast to coast, house to house.
My Move App - According to the developer My Move is “a complete move planner for your upcoming relocation.” Price: Free Platforms: Android, iPhone. I recently moved and thought it would be a great time to test out My Move.
Every week we work with clients who are going through, about to go through, or have just been through a major life transition. These typically include a change in any combination of the following: marital status, death of a loved one, job status, living situation.
I read an interesting article in a bride magazine, while waiting at the dentist office the other day, and it made me think. Most engagements happen between Thanksgiving and Valentine's Day. Now, everyone is blissfully planning their wedding. However, a lot of people have
Spring is in the air! Well, no it’s not. But by this point in the winter, we all wish it were. While it is not quite in the air yet, Spring is waiting just around the corner. Maybe it’s because I’m