Darcy Munzer, owner of Organize4U, has provided professional organizing services for clients in the Kansas City area since January 2006. She is a member of the National Association of Professional Organizers as well as the Kansas City Professional Organizers. She
Over the last few years American Express has invested in a marketing campaign called Small Business Saturday which is the Saturday after Black Friday to promote the “buy local” movement. When people think about “shop local” they typically think of
For many people there’s a lot of anxiety associated with the moving process. And if you find yourself moving on short notice, that anxiety can turn into sheer terror. At Great Day Moving we have compiled a helpful list to make your relocation happen successfully in a short period of time.
Hello there again cyber land! It is I, the resident Customer Service Ninja™ at Great Day Moving and today I want to talk about what to do once you’ve hired your professional moving company. It has been my experience that
It is important to do your due diligence on a moving company before hiring them. Always research service providers before allowing them into your home or to handle your belongings.
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.
Do you happen to have an inventory of the items in your home? There are benefits to having a room-by-room inventory of your possessions: Acquire the proper amount of insurance coverage to protect everything you own– not too much, not too little; Have insurance claims settled easier and faster; Validate any losses for tax purposes.
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.
This year, the Kansas Department of Commerce celebrated 150 years of statehood and 150 years of doing business in Kansas through its annual Kansas Business Appreciation program held each year in June. The Department celebrates local businesses and their contributions