Moving is as hard for kids as it is for adults. By considering a move in three stages – before, during, and after – and thinking about your children’s needs during each stage, you can make a big difference in how your kids feel about the move and how they adjust afterward.
Moving is ranked among life’s most stressful events. However, with the proper planning and preparation, you can make your next move a smooth one. This calendar prepared by Mayflower Transit will serve as your “countdown” to moving day.
The Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) regulations protect consumers on interstate moves. This electronic pamphlet provides information about your rights and responsibilities as a shipper of household goods.
From air conditioners and artwork to big screen televisions and washing machines, learn from the experts how to get everything ready for the moving van
This section allows you to enter your change of address info and then print your completed Change of Address form. Additionally, you can use the entered information to print Address Change Notification Letters and mail them to family, friends, and business associates to let them know of your move.
Even the most organized person will probably not be able to remember every detail of the move – or every item. This useful article from Mayflower Transit suggests adding these 10 points to the top of your moving preparation list.
If pets are a part of your family, remember that moving, whether down the block or across the country, is just as stressful for them as it is for you. But this stress can be greatly reduced with good planning and the tips that you’ll find here.
Congratulations – you survived the big move! Now what? Here’s a list of the most important items to attend to during the first week after your move.