While I am the stay-at-home mother of six beautiful children, my husband works in a field that requires us to move frequently. The first time we had to move, it was just the two of us, and while it seemed stressful at the time, that ended up being the "easy" move! As our family has grown, the moving process has become much more time-intensive, and I learned that if I don't create a moving "to-do" list and go through it step by step, I forget to get important things done before we move. I know there are other families of all sizes out there facing moves soon, so I thought I would make a blog to share my moving and storage tips with everyone who needs them. Come back often, especially if you are moving in the near future!
26 April 2021
Moving long distance can be expensive, which is why you may want to look at ways you can lower your expenses. If you are looking for ways in which you can save money on your upcoming relocation, keep reading to learn of a few tips. Downsize Your Belongings Regardless of whether you are shipping your belongings, renting a moving truck, or hiring a professional moving company, it all boils down to the same thing—less stuff means lower costs.