Preparing to move to your dream home? Start fresh and don’t bring any current clutter with you! Paring down your possessions to only the items that “spark joy” sets you on the path to a more stress-free and satisfying move. To help you get started, we’ve listed a few decluttering tips, leaning toward the minimalist side of the spectrum, that may transform your life well after you’ve settled into your new home.
Moving to a new home in a new state can be an emotional experience for anyone, but it can be especially challenging for children who may feel as though they have little say in the decision to pick up stakes. This checklist for moving out of state with kids was designed to help you better prepare your children for moving day—and acclimating to life their new abode. Read more.
Keep household items out of the landfill and in the hands of people who need them. We’ve rounded up a few organizations that would love to take your clutter and put it to good use in your community. You may even find some that offer to pick up your donations for free, saving you the hassle of arranging transportation!
Finding your dream home is exciting but settling into it and building memories there is the real reward. From pre-Moving-Day prep to housewarming tips (when you can’t host a house party), here are some ways you can start to make a house a home.
Want to spread the word that you’ve moved into your dream home? We’ve rounded up nine adorable moving announcements—and created a free printable one of our own—so you can share your new address with friends and family in style!
You’re counting down the days until your upcoming move, but your teenager doesn’t share your enthusiasm. First, take comfort in the fact that their reaction is perfectly normal. Such transition can be difficult, especially for teens who are already undergoing physical, intellectual and personality changes…