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Iron Out the Wrinkles of a Cross-country Clothes Move

Keeping clothes wrinkle-free during a cross-country move isn’t impossible—provided you stick to our home mover-approved packing guidelines. However, before you assemble those boxes and get the tape and magic markers ready, think about downsizing your wardrobe. A stained T-shirt isn’t such a happening a fashion statement, is it? Ditch it. (Or use it to wrap a fragile glass lamp.) Wearable items that are out-of-style or the kids have outgrown provide ideal donation material or even garage-sale inventory. 12-month mark Decluttering experts use a one-year benchmark: If you haven’t worn an item within 12 months (excluding wedding dresses, of course), it’s suitable for “so.
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Make it a Great Cross-country Moving Delivery Day

Individuals who embark on a cross-country move typically spend lots more time thinking about ramping up vs. down. They’ve likely focused on packing rather than unpacking. Moving out (rather than in) has preoccupied their time. Once everything is packed and placed on the home mover’s trailer, however, the pendulum starts swinging the other way. Don’t wait until you’re on that flight or car ride to your new home before wondering what to expect when the movers arrive at their delivery destination. Think about the big day now. Prep steps to delivery A good blueprint for success is diagramming your new home’s room layout ahead.
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Think You’ve Relocated to a Haunted House?

We’ve all seen movies or TV shows in which someone has to stay alone in a supposedly haunted house for one night to win a bet or inherit a wealthy relative’s money. Spooky sounds and eerie apparitions—real, imagined or bogus—often confront the visitor as he tries holding out until the morning. But what if you’re not just waiting it out for a few dark hours? Suppose you just hired a company specializing in moving and relocation services to transport you and your belongings to what you now think is—ZOIKS!—a real haunted house? Unless you’re Rob Zombie or Grandpa Munster, the idea.
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