A PCS, or permanent change of station, is a fact of military life. At some point during you or your spouse’s military career, you will receive PCS orders, and that means you’ll need to pack up your life and start over at a new duty station.
Life is filled with a variety of different adventures that help guide you through an exciting and challenging journey. One of these adventures can be making the decision to move in with a significant other. Make moving in with your partner a breeze with these tips!
If you’re a student or the parent of a student, moving away from home or into your first apartment is usually a time of high emotions and stress for everyone involved. Get our tips for what to pack and how to plan your move.
There are a few things you will want to have handy throughout the process and when your moving day arrives. Unpacking multiple boxes to find an item you unexpectedly need can be time consuming and frustrating for everyone involved. Thankfully, you can easily avoid this situation with a little planning.
No matter how meticulously you've planned your upcoming move, there's always a chance an unexpected problem could throw a wrench into your carefully crafted plans. We joined Buy Tampa to share our expert advice for what to do when something goes wrong on your moving day.
We reached out to enthusiasts and tiny house builders across the country for their insights into why tiny houses are so popular, tiny house organization ideas, and how to downsize for your move. Here’s what they had to say.
Budgeting for your upcoming move—local or long distance—can help you plan accordingly and take steps to reduce the costs as much as possible. To help you plan for any unexpected costs, we’ve put together a list of 11 of the most commonly-missed hidden costs of moving.
One of the biggest decisions you’ll have to make when you're moving is whether to hire professional movers or rent a truck and move yourself. This may seem like an easy decision, but there are many factors to consider, and your final choice will ultimately depend on what resources are available to you and what your priorities are.