When you live in an apartment, you usually don’t have a lot of space for big changes and redecorating. Still, that doesn’t mean that you can’t add a bit (or a lot) of luxury and elegance to your humble home. It might take some time and a lot of work on your part, but it will all pay off after everything is done.
Thinking about moving to a new city? You should! It can be the experience of a lifetime. Before you jump in your car and head out to somewhere new take the time to make sure this is the best situation for you.
No one enjoys selling a house, except for maybe real estate agents or home flippers. It’s a long, arduous, and incredibly stressful process; even if you’re able to sell the house without a hitch. You may even find that the ordeal gives you a few extra gray hairs and for some that’s the best case scenario.
Selling a property is a complicated process that can quickly turn into an agonizing one, especially if the house sits on the market; where it can sit, and sit, and sit some more. The real question is, how can you make sure that this doesn’t happen to you when you sell your house?
It’s official, you’re making the big switch, and you’re moving out west! You’re trading in your office view of marble pillars and politicians in suits, for palm trees and techies in flip-flops. While you’ll certainly miss the one-of-a-kind charm of the east coast, you’ll be looking forward to what awaits you across the country.
Since moving can be strenuous on your emotions, especially on larger families, it’s often not even a consideration to take the 3000+ mile move to take it slow and enjoy the ride. There are truly amazing destinations to visit along the way and well, what better time to visit them, make memories, and have a little fun than during your cross country move?
To help you decide where to go, I’ve put together a list of a few of my favorite destinations to entice your traveler spirit. Let’s hit the road!
As you know, moving is never easy, especially if you have lived in the same home for most of your life. We forget about the emotional challenges that we face when we as well as the physical. Although, there are reasons why we have to move, reasons that help, hopefully are for the better of our families. Continue reading