Moving offices can be an exciting time! But someone’s going to be responsible not only for planning and managing it — but for ensuring that all your critical assets make it to the new office safe and in working order.
Are you moving in or around Halifax? If you’d like it to go smoothly, you’ll want to keep these crucial tips in mind. Don’t underestimate the stress you can avoid simply by spreading a little of the work out earlier in the process.
If something goes wrong with a personal move? Well, it’s not going to be fun, but you’re at least only answering to yourself. And you can be forgiving of an old couch falling apart halfway down the stairs. At worst, you’ll just have to sit on something else for a few days.
Thinking about moving to Montreal? Not a bad idea. It’s a vibrant, multicultural city where there’s always something going on — and the rent is affordable to boot.
So, you’re thinking about moving to Burnaby? Good idea. As the third-largest city in B.C., it’s full of amenities and activities — and its proximity to Vancouver, the mountains, and the ocean makes it a remarkably attractive place to live.
With a long, cold winter disappearing behind us, it’s no news to anyone that spring feels like a great time for new beginnings.
Almost everyone’s had or been a part of a DIY move. The benefit’s obvious: it’s cheap. And if you already have access to a truck? It’s free!
Kitchens are one area of any household where clutter can really take hold. Whether gifts, impulse buys, or things you got for that one specific dish that one time, people tend to end up with a lot of kitchen tools. The truth is, most people don’t actually use those single-purpose kitchen utensils nearly enough to make them worth the space they take up.
It’s one thing to downsize as an adult who’s either made a lifestyle choice to do so or understands it as an economic necessity. But when you have children, you wouldn’t be wrong to be a little apprehensive about breaking the news and making the move.
If you’re downsizing to an apartment you're in for some big changes. From the amount of stuff you’re able to live with, to new rules you may have to account for, to the fact that you’ll now have neighbours who share a wall, apartment living comes with its challenges.