If you’re in the midst of planning a move, you’re not alone. On any given day, thousands of people are moving to a new home, city or state. Most reasons for moving are related to finances, personal relationships and career changes. Check out some of the most common moving motives so you can see if yours is among them. 1. Buying a house: Some people are tired of renting their apartment, house or condo, so when they find a home they want to buy, they are excited to move. 2. Starting or ending a relationship: Getting married is a big reason to move. If you both have homes, you will likely want to give one up and move to the other or even give both up and start new in a home you can choose together. Similarly, when you end a long-term relationship or marriage, one or both of you will need to move. 3. Job changes: It’s pretty common to relocate for a new job in another city or state, or maybe you have the same job but are tired of the long commute and want to move just minutes away from the
Take a break during your move with this handmade, DIY FedEx stool. Who says cardboard can’t be comfy?
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Sharing a great infographic from our friends at Realty Times: 10 Ways to Improve Your Outdoor Living Space - From Gazebos to Koi Ponds
Beach season may be over, but you can make use of your fluffy beach towels as a budget-friendly alternative to buying packing materials.