Author: Melissa Jones

Packing for an Overseas Move

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One of the biggest challenges of an overseas move is packing for it. Most people cannot pack their whole lives into a couple of suitcases, so orchestrating an overseas move takes some planning.  Here are our tips for success:

Moving with Children

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Moving with children?  To keep your sanity and to ensure that your children aren’t adding extra chaos to the move, it’s a good idea to arrange childcare.  This applies to the pack and load days as well as for delivery day.  However, this isn’t always possible.  Here are some tips, to help you all through… Read more »

Moving into a New Place – Get Organized!

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If you’re moving into a new place, organization is key. The process may seem daunting, but having everything planned out prior to moving day will save a lot of time – and stress – in the long run. If you’re gearing up to relocate to a new place, here are some great tips on how… Read more »

Where’s the Dog?! Things to Remember When Moving

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Moving can be mentally exhausting, and when you need to pack up your entire home and coordinate so many different aspects, you’re bound to forget a few things. While people usually remember the important things – it’s not likely that someone will forget their pets, children or clothes – you’d be surprised at some of… Read more »

Why You Need an Office Moving Checklist

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Moving office is generally more complicated than moving a household. There are a number of additional factors to consider on top of simply relocating property. Plus, the extent and complexity of the move will vary, depending on the nature of your business. Like any other aspect of your business, coordinating a move to a new… Read more »

Moving Internationally

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Moving internationally is a completely different experience than moving domestically. The process of relocating is much more complex; cultural change, immigration, international employment, and practical matters like healthcare and banking are all significant factors.

Moving Out of a Rental Unit

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Are you planning to move out of a rental unit in the near future? Paying attention to the laws surrounding rental agreements is a wise idea.  Knowing the facts could help you avoid confrontations with your current landlord, or even legal repercussions. Be sure to bear the following in mind when you are moving out… Read more »

Moving from Canada to the USA

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Every year, many Canadians decide to move to the United States. Some move for employment, some to be with their partner, and others to escape the Canadian weather. Whatever the reason, the moving process can be overwhelming, if undertaken by yourself. However, doing some preparation and securing professional help can turn your potentially stressful move… Read more »

7 Must-Have Packing Supplies to Make Moving Easier

All the packing supplies you need for short or long-distance travel

Most people view moving as an arduous process, and it can be. Maybe you’ve got too much to organize? Not enough time? So many things to pack? The list goes on and on and packing is likely to be the one phase of the entire moving process that will take the most time and effort…. Read more »

Moving Tips for a Stress-Free Move

Father and son taking in the sun outside their new home, while both wearing collar shirts and jean shorts

Moving to a new home can be very exciting. You realize the potential of the new place, envision your future life there, and dream about making it the home that you’ve always wanted for your family. But it can also be extremely stressful – a daunting task that tests your patience and can have you… Read more »