Moving into a new place is a complicated issue. Not just because there are a lot of things to do, but also because the situation itself tends to be complicated on the emotional level. Think about it, you are moving from a place that was up until recently your home and you are usually leaving all your friends and neighbors behind. It is easy to see how in this scenario people tend to forget things. In order not to let this happen to you, here are five basic things you need to do right after you move into a new house. Continue reading
Moving is supposed to be a happy occasion, isn’t it? You may be moving into your dream home or maybe relocating to work at your dream job. The fact is it seldom turns out to be that way. No matter how exciting the reason of moving houses is for you, the actual process of moving can be anything but. Packing your boxes, looking for new furniture, getting rid of stuff you no longer need can all turn out to be a bit of an anxiety ridden process.
A recent study has shown that almost 61% (close to two in three) adults believe that moving houses can be inherently more stressful than a relationship breakdown, or a change of job.
As humans, we are very territorial and moving from a known place to a new location can cause anxiety because of the change in comfort, routines and order. However, a much-underestimated aspect of this newfound anxiety and stress can be unaccounted moving costs. Recent studies show that on an average a person will move, on average, over 10 times in their life. Continue reading
Moving can already be enough of a pain as it is, and it can be even worse if you have to deal with allergy symptoms while going through it. If you are someone who is plagued by allergies, you might be worried about how you will manage them during your upcoming move. Luckily, following a few simple tips will help.
See Your Doctor
First of all, it’s always a good idea to see your doctor when you are going through bad allergy symptoms, since he or she can prescribe you a medication like Continue reading