As exciting as it may be, moving is a huge commitment, and one that frequently takes a lot of time and energy. Figuring out how to tackle the time line, the organizational hurdles, and the task of getting all of your possessions from one place to another can be extremely overwhelming, especially when it comes to caring for your furniture.
Moving furniture is a big process, and it doesn’t always go smoothly. From damage to furniture or walls to back aches and knee pain, there’s a lot of liability that can come with the process of carefully packing your valuable possessions, loading them into a truck, and moving them into a completely new property. There’s no foolproof way to move, but following these tips can help you get your furniture safely from Point A to Point B.
Despite how small babies are, they generally require an incredibly large amount of gear. Changing tables, diaper genies, cribs, strollers, car seats, and playpens can take up an inordinate amount of space in your home, especially as your child ages and more furniture, toys, and accessories are required. Before long, it may be hard to remember what it’s like to have a nice, clean, normal house.
As your children grow up, you may be faced with the task of figuring out how to handle the unneeded baby gear that’s now limiting livable space. Organizing your unneeded baby equipment and de-cluttering is a great way to maximize the room you have available, but there’s still one big question that needs answering: what do you do with it?
The garage is one of a home’s most important rooms, and the one that is often the most improperly utilized. In addition to keeping your cars safe, clean, and dry, a garage has the potential to expand your usable living space, providing storage for your essentials and creating space for workshops, tool benches, and other essentials.
When space is an issue, however, it’s time to make some changes. Your garage may be the catch-all for anything that doesn’t have a better home, but staying organized can be the key to transforming your garage from a messy storage space to an organized, streamlined addition to your home’s living area.
Living in a dorm room may, at times, feel like you are living in a very cramped space shuttle- for an entire school year. It’s important to stay organized and utilize every inch of space in your room. Once the school year starts, you will find yourself busy with schoolwork, social events, and sporting contests- which is why we’ve put together a list of space savers for your dorm room to get now, before the excitement of the new school year starts.
It’s inevitable- your dorm room is small. It will be difficult to fit everything without feeling boxed in. Make the most out of your room with these inexpensive space savers!
It’s mid- July and if you aren’t taking summer classes, you most likely have a month and half or less to buy dorm essentials, pack, and move away to college. That’s a little taunting, especially for those of you attending college out-of-state. What weather changes should you expect? Can you take everything you own with you to school? (The answer to that one would be a big no.) It’s not easy to pack for college, but it’s also not impossible. Follow this how-to and what-to pack list for a stress-free move.
File dividers and file folders
This is not high school anymore; there are no lockers to keep your old tests and loose papers. Invest in a pack of 4 or 5 file folders to put in a drawer in your dorm. Keep it organized by naming each file folder by class or activity.
The reality of moving has set in and you are quite excited about your new place but there’s still some dread looming over your head; packing. The idea of putting every single item that you own into hundreds of boxes seems impossible. It will simply take too much time and you don’t have a lot of time to spare, you may think. These 8 easily identifiable organization hacks will make not only the packing process, but also the unpacking process easier.
1. Set aside the basics first
Before the packing process begins, set aside a box of necessary everyday items such as a toothbrush and toothpaste, a couple outfits, bath towels, toilet paper, sheets, etc. This way, you won’t be scrambling through neatly packed boxes to find a single roll of toilet paper.
Now that you’re an empty-nester or have one less child in the crib, it’s time to think about finding fun and functional ways to use the space. Of course, the room can’t be permanently or completely transformed, as your college student will be home for breaks. If you live in the same city where your child goes to college, for example UCF in Orlando, plan on a few random weekend visits. In fact, according to a recent study Continue reading “7 Ways to Transform Your Child’s Room Now That They’re Off to College”
Before you move into your college dorm, you should think about how you’re going to store all your stuff in that tiny room. Since you probably have to share the space with someone else, it can be a challenge to fit in all your clothes, shoes, decorative items, school supplies, and other necessities. But these dorm essentials will solve Continue reading “10 Dorm Essentials That Save on Space”
There are few things that are more of a hassle than moving. Not only do you have to decide what you’re going to keep and how you’re going to dispose of what you don’t, you face the unenviable (some would say dreadful) prospect of having to pack. And a key component of packing is having something in which to pack things. Fear not, help is near. Continue reading “17 Places To Find Boxes For Your Move”