Even if you’ve been offered the career opportunity of a lifetime, packing up and moving across the country can be stressful, to say the least. The regular moving process is already hard enough when you’re relocating a town or two over, but a cross-country move means you have even more factors to consider.
As very few remote workers know, finding a work/life balance is especially hard when you’re in the middle of preparing for a move. While it may seem overwhelming now, you can make your long-distance move seamless and still meet all your work deadlines by staying organized and delegating tasks.
So you’re finally leaving apartment life behind, and you’re moving into your first-ever house. Congratulations! It’s an exciting transition and one that can make you feel very accomplished. You’re truly taking the next step in your life.
Doing your spring cleaning before a long-distance move is a great way to accomplish two tasks at once. You’ll be able to simultaneously deep-clean your home, pack up all your belongings, and ensure potential buyers enjoy a fresh start. While we’ve laid out tips for a spring move, let this be your ultimate guide toRead More
Whether you’re a recent graduate in your first post-college apartment or a mom with four kids, moving isn’t easy for anyone. One of the reasons moving can feel so daunting is all of the little details that get lost in the shuffle. No matter how many times you’ve moved, it always seems like you forgotRead More