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Long Distance Moving to Kentucky

Ah, Kentucky. Mountains, horses, and mint juleps. and some guy named Colonel Sanders who really wants to sell you some fried chicken. To be fair, you can find all these things outside of the Bluegrass State, especially that fried chicken gentleman; guy has restaurants everywhere. But there’s something spectacular about finding all these things and
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Staying on Track with Exercise During Moving Week

You have a yoga class on Thursday, a Zumba class on Tuesday, a spin class set for Saturday and Mondays, and moving day is on Sunday. When the schedule gets hectic, working out is usually the first thing to go. But while the gym is not an option, exercise is mandatory- especially during moving week.
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Long Distance Moving to New Hampshire

Living in New Hampshire At first glance, the only notable thing about New Hampshire might be its motto: Live Free or Die. It is unfair to judge a state solely by its motto. If we did, we’d have to believe that Idaho really does only have potato farms going for it. and to be fair,
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Living Your Best Life for Snow Birds

You’re going back to work, your kids are going back to school and they’re going back to the beach. Who are these privileged few who get to say “No” to snow, wind, hail, sleet, and slippery sidewalks? They’re the snowbirds, commonly known as Northerners who move to a southern state in the colder weather. If
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7 Tips for Moving Week Meals

The moving week is often full of many activities. From making last-minute preparations to the actual move itself, things can become stressful and overwhelming. At times, the moving week’s stress makes you unable to eat well. However, proper nutrition is a vital tool for managing stress. Hence, you must eat right during these stressful times.
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Best Home Storage Solutions for Your New Home

Did you recently move into a new home? Finding a place to store all your items and belongings can be quite tough. You need as much storage space as possible in your kitchen, living, bedrooms, and garage. This will enable you to store all your items such as kitchen utensils, pots and pans, plates, clothes,
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Long Distance Moving to Tennessee

Living in Tennessee Simply put, Tennessee has a lot to offer its residences. Never mind the draws of the urban epicenters like Nashville and Memphis, the state has a varying geography that includes mountain regions and pleasant flatlands. Tennessee offers its own regional takes on barbeque and music, and the Jack Daniels distillery is I
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The Ultimate Moving Day Playlist

Remember when it was “Whistle While You Work?” Sometimes getting through a particularly stressful job takes a little positive energy. Music is an excellent source of positive energy and moving can be a particularly stressful job. Thus, when your moving, a moving day playlist can be essential to keeping your spirits up and your sanity
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Long Distance Moving to Louisiana

Living in Louisiana To live in Louisana means to live by the water, even if you’re living inland. Being able to swim will be wise, being able to fish will decrease stress, and being able to operate a boat will make you complete in a state famous for its bayous and waterways. WORKING According to
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Moving Advice: Why Wellness Should Be Your Top Priority

You’re moving and there are tons of tasks to do. So why is it you’re sitting on the couch too stressed out to function properly? The good news is that your reaction is normal. Moving is right up there with the death of a loved one, divorce, job loss and illness on the list of
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Long Distance Moving to Virginia

Living in Virginia Life in Virginia can be broken down into two terms: diversity and the military. Thanks to the influx of Hispanic and Asian populations, the state’s diversity has created a place that gets referred to politically as a swing state and by real estate agents as ideal. With five geographic regions that include
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Why You Want to Move Before the Holidays

Santa Claus knows the importance of planning ahead so he can get his boxes delivered on time. If your planning on moving during the holiday season, your best course of action is to beat him to the punch. Holiday moving can be hectic, especially if you don’t have elves to help you. Think of Colonial
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Dads Spill Best Hacks for Moving with Toddlers

Moving with toddlers and babies can be absolutely difficult. From packing all your toddler’s essentials to baby-proofing your new home, there are several steps you must take as the parent. This will help ensure a smooth and safe move for your little ones. Here are some essential toddler moving tips shared by dads that have
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Long Distance Moving to Nevada

Moving to Nevada can seem a little like announcing to your friends that you’re buying a truck; suddenly everybody wants you to help them move. But with Nevada, all your friends will want to know when they’re going to visit so they can go to Las Vegas. Culture Shock Moving to Nevada Having the most
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Long Distance Moving to New Mexico

LIVING Being a landlocked state, New Mexico can offer white sands but not much in the way of actual beaches. But what New Mexico lacks in beaches it makes up for in sheer culture. At face value, that may not sound like much. Every state’s tourist bureau will sing the praises of their home state’s
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Moving in with Roommates

Rent and mortgages are becoming more expensive. Depending on where you live, living alone will become less feasible. You may also decide to live in a specific area due to the proximity to your job. In a situation like this, moving in with roommates will help save cost. You can reduce some of your expenses
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Staging Your Home to Get it Sold

Home may be where the heart is, but when you’re selling your home, buyers are a lot more interested in the home than the heart. In other words, if your home’s on the market, you want to depersonalize as much as possible. Staging your home could cost you nothing – taking your family’s pictures off
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Long Distance Moving to South Carolina

Are you considering moving to South Carolina? Whether it is because of a job or school opportunity, or a change of lifestyle, moving to South Carolina has several benefits. Read more about a long distance move to South Carolina so you can picture exactly what your new life can look like. LIVING Generally speaking, South
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Long Distance Moving to Pennsylvania

If you are making a long distance move to Pennsylvania you have come to the right place. Pennsylvania has many attractive reasons to make the state your new home. Read all about the fabulous world of Pennsylvania here. LIVING The State of Independence could double as The State of Beauty. Considering the state’s history within
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Moving out on Your own, Now is the Time

No matter how good you think you have it living at home, you can’t really be the king of your castle until you’re the only king of the castle. It’s true; you count on can sleeping late, not having to worry about paying the rent, and finding some leftover Chinese food in the fridge only
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Advice from Mommies who Move with Babies

It’s true what they say, babies don’t come with handbooks. and they certainly come with handbooks about what you’re supposed to do with them when you’re planning and packing for a long-distance move. Never fear, if you can survive motherhood, you can survive long distance moving with a baby as well- with a little help
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Moving to Arizona

Contrary to popular belief, Arizona does not just have deserts. On a geographic note, it should be noted that Arizona sports a surprisingly diverse landscape. The state’s northern section features big forests while mountain ranges can be found in Humphrey’s Peak. and if you enjoy skiing, resorts can be found in Alpine and Tucson. That’s
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Moving to Ohio

LIVING Moving to the Midwest and expecting to visit the beach seems a little like moving to Florida and planning on going snowskiing. But when moving to Ohio, the new resident gets to experience the pleasant reality that they’re going someplace that has an active beach lifestyle. Confused? That’s understandable. With Lake Erie as the
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Staying Cool during a Summer Move

Staying Cool during a Summer Move: 8 Essential Tips to Help You Stay Cool When Moving in Summer The summer season remains the most popular moving period across the nation. During summer, there is limited rain, and the real estate industry is at its peak. Also, kids are out of school, and you can take
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How to Move Your Electronics and Smart Home Devices

If you’re one of the 40 million Americans planning to move this year, whether down the street or across the country, you’ll likely have a great deal of planning and packing to do. Well you’re making that plan there may be a few important items that you’re forgetting about: your electronics and smart home devices.
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Moving to New Jersey

Congratulations on your long distance move to New Jersey. It won’t be long before you are settling into your new life with tons of exciting places to live, dine, play and explore. While you may have questions about executing a long distance move, at least this article will help you get to know Jersey. LIVING
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Moving to North Carolina

We hope you are as fired up as we are that you’ve been given the opportunity to move to North Carolina. North Carolina’s centralized location on the eastern coast of America means it is a perfect combination to enjoy all four seasons, with mountains, rivers and beaches within driving distance. That is just the beginning
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Moving Day Tools: Keep These Handy on Moving Day

After weeks of preparing and packing, the moving day is finally here. Once you start loading things onto the moving truck, it can be quite frustrating to realize that some key moving day tools are missing. To make your move easier, we have put together a list of important tools to keep handy on the
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Handling Your Empty Nest After the Kids Move Away

It usually hits you right after you’ve finished removing the parental controls your home Wi-Fi network.  Empty nest syndrome. It’s the phenomenon in which parents feel sadness and loss when their kids move away.  Even if it means that you no longer have to filter your child’s social media access, it can still be painful.
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Long Distance Moving to Massachusetts

Living in Massachusetts Massachusetts has the distinction of being one of the oldest and greatest states in America. Everything about the state seems historic, from its museums to its sports teams, and residents take great pride in being part of that ongoing history. But while cold weather, team sports, coffee choices, and the state’s general
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How to Move a Pool Table Long Distance

You’ve got your form down, your follow up is straight and relaxed, and you’ve got more moves than fast Eddie Felson the color of money. Playing pool: slick, moving a pool table: not so slick. Even if your eight ball makes it to the corner pocket with ease, it’s going to take a lot more
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Strategies for Moving and Packing Art Work

Moving fragile items require extra care and caution. Artwork, paintings, and family photos are examples of such fragile or delicate items. When packing art work for a move, you are faced with several problems and challenges. Nonetheless, the last thing you want is your precious or expensive piece of art to become damaged during your
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Long Distance Moving to Georgia

Living in Georgia Georgia. The Peach State. Home to big traffic, Coca Cola, and the place where Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. preached. American history abounds in Georgia. Sherman came through here during the Civil War, the Great Atlanta Fire of 1917 occurred here, and Martin Luther King Jr. was born here. In more recent
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Long Distance Moving to California

Moving to California: Embrace the Coastal Living Living in California means accepting certain events as regular occurrences, including festivals and earthquakes. Yes, earthquakes. Moving to California will eventually lead one to experience an earthquake. The upside? The earthquake in question probably won’t be anything like what’s depicted in movies and television. California earthquakes tend to
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Long Distance Moving to Florida: Hello Sunshine!

Moving to Florida: FLORIDA LIVING Florida’s population has been steadily growing at high rates for years, mostly because the weather rocks and the booze tends to be inexpensive, but also because of Florida’s many side benefits like multiple beaches, oranges and citrus available almost on demand, and no state tax. As a result, the more
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Protecting Your new Home: Best security product and services

New homeowners and experienced homeowners are under a similar threat. Gone in a minute. All the electronics, jewelry and cash that have taken you years to save for are gone in the blink of an eye. That’s what can happen if the wrong person walks into your house. It’s easier than you think. If you
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Moving Your Mancave: Tips for all your odd or precious items

Moving Your Mancave: Tips for All Your Odd and Precious Items Moving is never easy. Whether you are excited about the move or reluctant, the transition from one house to another can be very stressful. The most stressful part of the process is trying to make sure that all your precious possessions are successfully moved
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Long Distance Moving to Texas

Culture Shock Moving to Texas LIVING “Don’t mess with Texas.” Originally a slogan for an anti-littering campaign, the words have evolved to include the fierce pride Texas residents take in living in the Lone Star State. But don’t let the perceived warning scare you; Texas has a reputation for being one of the most welcoming
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Moving to a Major Climate Change

Why is it that the part of the news we pay the most attention to is the weather? The reporters may be reporting the apocalypse, but all we’re really concerned with is whether or not it’s going to rain tomorrow. It’s understandable. Weather has a huge effect on our quality of life. When we move
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How to Choose the Best Real Estate Agent

It’s easy to find a real estate agent, right? There are tons them advertising themselves on buses and at benches on bus stops, so why not just pick one of those? Those agents may be very talented at what they do but when it comes to deciding how to choose a real estate agent, you
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A Helpful Timeline for Transferring Your Utilities When You Move

As one of the nation’s top long-distance movers, we could write the book on executing a perfect move. Whether you are considering hiring professionals or still have the drive and energy for DIY moving,  here’s how to check off that utility transfer to-do list seamlessly. There are different elements that make up a home. Though
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10 Questions to Ask Before Entering a Short-Term Lease

There are many different moving scenarios that may cause you to consider the option of a short term lease. As moving experts in the industry, we’ve seen people move as frequently as every six weeks. Of course, it helps to have the assistance of a trustworthy packing and moving company. A short-term lease refers to
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Househunting like a Pro for Your Move

The hunt is on; the house hunt that is. You have a long-distance move in your future and that means you’ve got to find a place to live in your new area. You have your guns loaded, but the competition is fierce. Will you end up getting away with the best deal, or will you
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