Whenever someone experiences the loss of a loved one, it is a very difficult time. Along with grieving, those left behind are often lost in mounds of paperwork as they try to settle the affairs of their departed loved one. Because we have no control over when people pass away, those close to them may have already had a move planned prior to the loss of their loved one. What does that look like?
While it is probably nobody’s first choice to move during the cold season as opposed to another time of year, it still happens. Sometimes it is due to a job change. Sometimes it is seen as a good time to move because the kids are on a break from school. It gives the family a little time to settle in, and the kids start school when all the other kids are returning from their break. Sometimes your lease is up, and it’s time to move!
With Hurricane Florence making its recent appearance in the Carolinas, it makes us ever mindful of the fact that we never know when the next hurricane will decide to take a Florida vacation. If that should happen, we wanted to give you some tips regarding the pros and cons of evacuating due to a hurricane.
Moving at any time of the year is a big task. Moving in the summer comes with its own set of pros and cons. We thought since it’s summertime that it would be a good time to share with you some tips to help your move go as smoothly as possible. Here in Florida, the heat and humidity is something that must be taken into consideration when moving.
Have you ever had to pack up your house and move? If so, you know this can be a daunting task. We thought it might be fun to post a short story about what might go through someone’s head during the tedious task of packing, and if you’ve ever moved you can probably relate!
The time has come! We get to move. There’s so much wrapping and packing. I don’t know what to do. But, I won’t fret or despair, surely I can get this done in no time flat. I’m quick, I’m organized, I’m a planner, it’s true. Watch out, house, I’m coming for you!