The winter is not necessarily the best time to move, but it can be less miserable with a few pointers. Most Americans choose to move between May and September, and the winter is notoriously slow for apartment hunting – which means you’re more likely to get a great deal on an apartment and save on your moving costs during wintertime.
Obviously, the downside to moving into your new place in winter is that you deal with the cold weather. Even if the sun is beating down all week, a sudden blizzard might pop up just as you’re pulling away in your car. Here are a few cold weather moving tips for a safe transition from old to new:
The time is here, it’s officially winter! Every year, around this time, we all start dreaming of warmer weather. Nobody wants to be stuck inside all day, but it is difficult to get yourself out for fresh air and exercise when it is freezing outside. We have created a list of some fun activities to get yourself out and about even when the weather is a bit chilly. These Top Wintertime Activities are the perfect way to beat the cold this winter!
Christmas is here and we are ready to decorate! Traditional Christmas decorations are warm and inviting, but those felt stockings, candy canes and wooden reindeer might not be a good fit for your home if you’re a fan of modern design. Whether you are having a Christmas party or simply decorating for your family, here are some of our top 10 ideas for your decorating this year. We’ve picked the most creative and inventive ideas around so you can bring something new to your holiday season. Whether you enjoy more traditional decorations or modern, these options work for everyone!
There are many things to look forward to about the Holiday season. Moving is not one of them. If find yourself having to move during the holidays it can really ruin your spirit. It’s a time you should be focusing on family and friends and instead you are packing boxes and planning the trip.
It has been a long and cold winter for much of the United States. Record breaking freezing temperatures and snow piled as high as homes have worn us down the last few months. Now is finally the time to greet warmer temperatures and rejuvenation that spring brings along. Continue reading