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Topic: Household Moves

Household Moves

You’ve heard it time and time again, “Moving is stressful.” Obviously. Add kids to the equation and you might just double that stress level. But some families just aren’t aware of the amount of toys, kids clothes, gadgets and more that their kids really do have stored away, so when it comes time to pack…

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Household Moves

During your relocation, it can be easy to forget about the small things that still need to be completed before you head off to your new residence. Don’t forget about the small details during your move. Below is a list of Wheaton World Wide Moving’s Tips #33-42, that will help save you dollars and headaches…

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Household Moves

Movers have crossed the threshold of my house four times in the two and a half years I’ve lived there. I had the joy of moving into my first home. Then my roommate joined me. Then my roommate left me. Then my boyfriend joined me. This weekend brings move number five to my household. My…

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Household Moves

Settling into a new home can be stressful, especially for young children who function best on a daily routine. Getting children back into school and daycare as soon as possible once you move is key.  While schools are probably based on the location of your new home, daycare is not. Here are some tips for finding a daycare in your…

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Household Moves

Yes, folks, the dreaded day is only a month away. April 15 is the deadline for filing federal income tax. The good news is that for all of your procrastinators — I know I’m not the only one — there’s still plenty of time to save. Many small things can save you big money on your taxes. Be sure to…

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Household Moves

Spring is about to…well, spring. For many, that means getting your hands dirty with gardening and lawn care. Items associated with gardening and lawn care can be some of the trickiest to pack  for your household move. Here are some points to consider when preparing for your relocation. Don’t move the riding lawn mower to…

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Household Moves

Moving can be a stressful process, especially for kids. They’ll be more likely to embrace the idea of moving if they are involved in the process. Here are some tips that will help your kids before, during and after the relocation process. Talk to your kids and explain about the upcoming move. Pay attention to their reactions and let them ask questions.…

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Household Moves

It’s estimated that a family of four spends $560 a month on dining out an average of five times per week. The faster you get your kitchen back in action after your move,  the sooner you can start saving money. Here are a few tips to help you reconnect with your family over meals, not a…

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Household Moves, Packing Guides & Tips

The mover may be hired and your belongings organized for your move, but don’t forget all of the services you’re leaving behind. Here’s a partial list of companies you should contact before moving: Notify telephone, electric, gas and water companies. Use Wheaton’s helpful Utility Connection Center to disconnect and reconnect many of your utilities. Visit www.wheatonworldwide.lndo.site.…

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