Let’s face it, moving is stressful. Not only do you have to figure out how you’ll move and then pack, you also have to get yourself and your family organized for the big day. Fortunately, there are several things you can do to help you feel less pressured.
You’ve just wed the man or woman of your dreams. Now you’re thinking about finding a new place to live together and begin the adventure called marriage. But because you’re part of the team, you’re going to have to go about your move differently than you did when you were single.
Long-term traveling is a lot like moving in that you’ll need to go through what you have to figure out what to keep and what to get rid of. Give those things you don’t want to charity stores like the Goodwill (don’t forget to get receipts for tax write-offs) or sell them on classified websites like Craigslist. Also, consider having a yard sale.
As you go over your options, don’t be afraid to look beyond the places you’ve already considered. A good way to go about this is to think in terms of what’s most important to you rather than in terms of location. Following are some issues and questions for you to explore on your journey to finding the city or town of your dreams:
If you decide to use professional movers for your next relocation, the standard practice is to start looking for a company at least two to three months before you move and pick one at least one a month before you leave.
College students everywhere are gearing up for another school year. And if you are like many of them, you’ll be sharing your living space, either in a dormitory, apartment or house, with at least one other person. If you already know your room or housemates, that’s one thing.
One of the first things you will face when starting your reselling business is the need for space to store your inventory. Whether you are reselling items on Amazon, eBay or even from your personal eCommerce website, you will likely require a storage space big enough to hold items temporarily before a buyer comes [...]
Did you know that, for some moves, you can deduct certain kinds of expenses from your total income when you file your taxes? Yup, that’s right. But in order to maximize your savings, you need to meet certain criteria and be aware of what you can and cannot include in your computations.
Like many music fans here in Austin, you probably have a collection of albums that you love, but that’s also taking up more room than you have. A storage unit could be just what you need to keep those records safe and create space at home.
You know the feeling. You can’t find space for any of your household belongings. Or sports gear. Or hobby supplies. Or business records. Or extra vehicle. It’s frustrating, right?Lone Star Self-Storage offers the perfect antidote for the headaches – literally – these situations can cause.