Written by Katie Peterson As you begin packing to move into your college dorm room, it’s easy to be overwhelmed with the prospect of fitting all the stuff you’ll need for a whole semester in the back of a car. There are so many things you want to take with you; you have a pile … Continue reading 11 dorm room essentials you can’t live without
Written by Katie Peterson At TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® we know moving can have its fair share of challenges. There’s the packing, the cleaning, and let’s not even mention move day itself. Moving into your first place is stressful, and apartment moving has its own set of headaches. Neighbors are more like roommates, there … Continue reading Surviving your move: What to know about moving into your first apartment
Written by Katie Peterson In movies, it always seems like moving is just about the worst news a kid can hear. Boxes are packed, the sad music plays, and it starts raining just as the car pulls out of the driveway, right past the “sold” sign in the front yard. But moving with kids does … Continue reading Moving with kids: avoid the moving day blues
Written by Arika Ford I’m in a rush most of the time. Three kids with various activities on our schedule every day of the week, a full-time job, a house to clean, husband, dog, cat, and hamster. Hurry, hurry, hurry is my life these days. In addition to the chaos, I am moving in June. … Continue reading I’m too busy! I don’t have time to pack and move!
Written by Nicole Harrison If you are feeling ambitious and decide to pack your home on your own, there are a few tips and tricks to pack your bathroom as efficiently as possible. Bathrooms are tedious. Chances are, you don’t know where to start. You probably have quite the collection of lotions, hair products, cotton … Continue reading Prepping and packing your bathroom
Written by Claire Schneider Study after study indicates moving is a stressful time indeed; however, with a little preparation and organization, moving day can be more enjoyable for the entire family. To get you started on the right foot, we put together a checklist leading up to the day of your move. Follow these tips … Continue reading Reduce Moving Stress with a Moving Checklist
Written by Nick Howison and Brad Hillard The holidays are in full swing, but they end as quickly as they come. The bittersweet combination of decorating, time with in-laws and shopping is an emotional roller coaster; especially when the season comes to a halt. If it seems like a good idea to simply throw all of … Continue reading Creative Tips for Storing Holiday Decorations
Written by Lisa Kirchhoff For many, a household move often means placing some items in storage. Whether it’s long-term or short-term, nearby or far away, there are some tips to keep in mind if storing items is in your future: Choosing a storage facility Choosing a facility should be based on how long you anticipate … Continue reading Storage Tips 101: Choosing a Storage Facility and Safeguarding Your Valuables