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November 14, 2019
Moving to Chicago – Important Things to Know Before Relocation

Chicago, Illinois – home to 2,720,000 citizens, two MLB teams, the Willis Tower (Sears tower for those who lived here before 2004) hot-dogs, and deep-dish pizza. If you are planning on moving to Chicago, there’s so much to see and learn. To help you get prepped for moving to one of the world’s greatest cities, we’ve got a guide for what you should expect before your relocation to the Chi.

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November 8, 2019
Moving to Denver – Most Important Things to Know

Have you chosen Colorado to be your next destination? If so, you might be wondering: Where should I move in Colorado? The answer is quite clear – you should be moving to Denver. You would like to get answers to many questions, such as How many people are moving to Denver? What should I know before going there? Is this a nice place to live?

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November 8, 2019
Moving to Miami – Discover, Get to Know Things and Connect with Locals

Are you thinking about moving to Miami? You should know that Florida’s largest city is the home of many happy and content people. It can offer you a variety of beach-related activities, from swimming and surfing to fishing and paddling. And if you are in the mood for a walk, there are many parks where you can stretch your legs.

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November 8, 2019
How to Ship Live Plants – A Step-by-Step Guide

Whether you’re moving to a new home or shipping specific species to a gardener friend, you’ll want to know how to ship live plants. This is one of the most common questions along with how to ship bare-root greenery. But there’s no need to worry about it, no matter how daunting it may seem at first.

November 8, 2019
How to Move a Gun Safe – Tips for Secure Moving

You are relocating, and you are a weapon owner, so it is only logical to wonder how to move a gun safe. If you are doing it on your own, take all necessary safety precautions. Gather all the supplies, empty the box, and create a plan for the move. If you decided to hire a company, be sure that it has the right expertise and equipment to make your move as easy and as stress-free as possible.

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November 8, 2019
How to Dispose of Unwanted Appliances

Your relocation is coming up and you’re slowly wrapping things up. However, you still have some unwanted appliances in your home that you’d like to get rid of. Whether they don’t work or you simply don’t need them anymore, there are several ways in which you can dispose of them.

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November 4, 2019
These Are the 7 Best Hiking Towns

People from all around the world enjoy different types of hobbies. Some of them are closely tied to their lifestyle but rarely is any hobby quite as universal as hiking. People from different backgrounds take pleasure in this activity, and the urge to look for the best hiking towns and prime hiking trails is closely related to our primal need to become aware of our surroundings.

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November 4, 2019
Most Commonly Forgotten Things to Pack for Travel and Moving

Whether you’re relocating or just traveling, the last thing you want is to be unprepared for the most commonly forgotten things to pack. We will try to go through a few different life scenarios and help you determine what those little things that people often overlook are.

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November 4, 2019
Cheap Moving Supplies You Can Get Before Your Move

When relocating to another state on a tight budget, you need to find every way possible to cut your costs. A good way to start is to find cheap moving supplies. Try asking around your neighborhood for some – many markets and shops have cartons that they don’t need nor use. Call your friends and ask for markers, paper, and bubble wrap.

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