If you’re a proud owner of a mountain bike, a city bike, a racing bicycle or just about any other type of a reliable two-wheeler, then sooner or later you will be forced to move your bicycle to another part of the country. And when that relocation time comes, you should know the best way
Packing household belongings for a move is probably the most demanding task of all moving preparations – time-consuming, arduous and challenging. Good packing means that your possessions will remain intact during the long haul, while fast packing means you’ll be able to save plenty of time (hours or even days) for other important relocation tasks.
Observe these hand-picked Packing tips for zero damages of your stuff and zero headaches during the unpacking process.
Saying that books are important always sounds a bit like an understatement. The significance and impact of books on our lives simply cannot be measured by even the best state-of-the-art measuring devices. How could you possibly determine the value of something that has a different meaning to different people? A book can touch you deep
Without a doubt, packing is the most time-consuming and boring task when organizing your move. It takes hours and hours just to sort through your belongings and decide what to do with them. And then it takes nothing short of a Herculean effort to actually fit all the possessions you are going to bring to
Moving is a highly transitional period and many unpleasant and sometimes strange things can happen while the household items of one house or apartment are being transported to another home. Not surprisingly, topping the list of moving misfortunes are missing or broken personal possessions. And while nobody is likely to organize a search party for
When moving to university, you make the first step of your independent life as a responsible adult who is in full control of their own life. You will be granted the freedom you have sought desperately in the last decade but you will also be burdened with great responsibility and many chores nobody else will
When sorting out your belongings prior to an imminent move, you are inevitably faced with one difficult decision – what to do with all the possessions you will hardly ever need again and/or you will not have enough space for in your new home. If you want to keep certain items either for eventual future
You’re getting ready to move to a new residence and the packing process is under way. And then suddenly, the time to pack your kitchen comes and you find yourself at a loss where to begin. Although usually small, kitchens are tough to sort out and prepare for transportation due to the huge number of
Garages and tool sheds are probably the toughest areas of your home to pack for a move. The time-consuming sorting of your garage and the arduous packing of its contents will surely take up an enormous amount of time and efforts on your part, so make sure you never leave the “fun” garage packing experience
The ability to maintain your focus during the busy moving preparations can sometimes be the difference between a successful relocation experience and a failure to be even close to ready when moving day knocks on your door. But don’t fret too much about it– there are a few little tricks you can use to stay
Yes, there are specific household items that you should not pack because your movers will not transport them due to a number of safety reasons. Each moving company has such a non-allowable list that you are advised to request before you begin packing your possessions, but generally speaking, all of those prohibited items fall into
To avoid decluttering the areas of your home that you use most often, you should begin the packing process from the rooms that you use least frequently, such as guest rooms, basements, attics, garages, etc., and end it with the premises that you live in on a daily basis – bedrooms, kitchens, living rooms and