When preparing to move, the first thing that comes to mind is cardboard boxes. For decades people have sought out cardboard boxes from anywhere they could get them: grocery stores, friends’ garages, and even liquor stores. After packing, moving, and
Moving may be one of life’s most stressful events, but try using it as an opportunity for a fresh start in life. Applying these effective packing strategies can help reduce the weight of this burden and also allow you to clear out the old stuff and make room for the new.
Most people focus on protecting their fine china and glassware when they think about packing their kitchen and this is completely understandable. A fine crystal wine glass can be worth more and hold more personal value than a box of
When preparing for a move, you want to do whatever you can to ensure your belongings arrive at their new location safe and sound. If you’re like most people, your computer is probably one of your most valuable personal possessions,
There is a wide range of moving boxes and professional packing materials available to help you organize and safeguard your belongings on moving day. Many moving companies sell these items.
Nobody likes to pick up a box after moving day marked “Kitchen Dishes – Fragile” and hear the clanging sound of broken glass. So I am writing you today with a few do-it-yourself tips on packing up your kitchen dishes.
I am writing you today with a few do-it-yourself tips on packing up your dishes and fine china cabinet.
Did you know that when packing chinaware (dishes, bowls, serving dishes) it is best to place them on their edges? Many people place china flat in the box, but as dishes are stacked on top of each other, the bottom ones are put under a great deal of pressure which can cause them to break.
Some people decide to go the route of a do-it-yourself move when relocating cross-country. This can save money and allow more control over the moving process. These individuals may prefer to rent their own moving truck, pack their possessions into