Staying in touch these days is quite a bit easier with email and cell phones. But some mail doesn’t come to us electronically. I would be a shame to miss out on your favorite magazine subscription or all those festive holiday cards you receive in your mail box. Worse yet, missing out on important bills or account updates that aren’t facilitated online. Check out our list of who to contact when you move so this doesn’t happen to you!
Next up in our moving series: After you have your supplies, it’s time to start packing. We’ve gathered all the free printable moving labels you could need. Happy downloading!
Hint: Make sure you print these out on label paper, so all you have to do is peel and stick!
Label your boxes with the room name where your moving boxes should go, so the movers know where to put the box. Print this moving labels box design from ihanna
Are you planning to move within the next 1-2 months? Everyone know moving can be expensive, especially if you have a lot of stuff you’ll need to pack in boxes. Packing supply may add up to your moving expenses. Here’s how and where to find free moving boxes.
Start collecting unused boxes from your office, friends or retail stores in advance, you’ll be surprise how many boxes you can collect for free.
Moving to a new apartment can be both fun and stressful, but how do you know when the time is really right? There are some obvious times, like a job in a new place, starting a family, or to get into a better neighborhood, but what about when the walls are just closing in or the layout doesn’t work for you anymore?
Your new home should make you feel comfortable, and reflect the life you want to live. There are some signs to look for when you’re trying to decide whether you should move.