Although moving to a new place is a lot of fun, there are some things people tend to stress about. A home is not just a place to stay. It is a warm welcoming environment in which you feel safe and comfortable. To make your new house feel like home is a top priority. We are here to help you get over with some stuff you may struggle within this process. Continue reading “Make your new house feel like home in Canada”
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5 ways of keeping in touch after long distance move
Interstate or international move is a great opportunity to experience a new culture, lifestyle, meet new people and settle in a new community. However, moving long-distance can also be overwhelming and emotionally draining. Not only are you leaving your home and familiar places behind, but also the majority of people in your life. Saying goodbye to your old friends and adapting to new circumstances comes with a lot of emotion – stress, excitement, anxiousness. Luckily, due to technological development and accessible transportation, there are many ways of keeping in touch after long-distance move. Relocation doesn’t mean that you will lose all your friends, you just have to make an effort to keep in touch. Continue reading “5 ways of keeping in touch after long distance move”
Challenges for the first-time renters in Canada
So, you are leaving your parent’s house and are on your way to a better place! Or maybe you just needed a lifestyle change and move from your hometown to Canada? Doesn’t matter the reason, you will be facing some challenges as the first-time renters in Canada. You will need to keep in mind a ton of stuff and be very careful when renting in Canda or anywhere else. To learn more, please continue reading our guide! Continue reading “Challenges for the first-time renters in Canada”
Tips on moving to a colder climate
Moving to a colder climate comes with certain hurdles. Not only are you changing your home, but also your lifestyle, clothes, habits, hobbies, food, etc. It’s likely that you will feel cold every day until your body adjusts to the new temperature. Also, it will take more time to prepare your home for the cold winter. But, let’s start with the moving process. Here are some tips that will help you prepare for the moving day. It’s very important to do thorough research, have a solid plan, and stick to it. Reliable movers can facilitate and accelerate the move. The right choice of movers can save you from stress, additional expenses, and damaged belongings. This process doesn’t need to be hectic – as long as you exactly what to do before, during, and after the move. Continue reading “Tips on moving to a colder climate”
Where to live in Canada: big city vs. countryside
So, you want to move to Canada, but do not know where to live? Is the big city better than the countryside? Or is it the other way around? This is purely your choice! But you need to have arguments for both ideas in order to make a good decision. You can’t go into something big like this without comparing the pros and cons of both. So, we have created an article to help you with that. Where to live in Canada? What fits your lifestyle better, the big city or the countryside? Let’s dive into this article and offer pros and cons of both! Continue reading “Where to live in Canada: big city vs. countryside”
What to unpack first after you move in?
Packing and unpacking is usually the most time-consuming part of the moving process. It’s important to carefully plan the move and organize your belongings so that you don’t feel overwhelmed by this project. You are likely to feel exhausted after you have packed and moved all your possessions. However, the moving process doesn’t stop there. You still have to distribute the boxes, unpack them, and find a place for all your items. You will probably wonder what to unpack first after you move in. These tips will help you unpack and get settled in as fast as possible. Although you might feel stressed looking around at your stuff scattered all over the floor, remember that soon you’ll be ready to enjoy your new home. Continue reading “What to unpack first after you move in?”
Tips for living in smaller spaces
Living in smaller spaces doesn’t mean that you have to feel claustrophobic and anxious in a cramped flat. Just because you have given up space doesn’t mean that you should give up your style. A small apartment can be cleverly decorated to showcase your personality and lifestyle. Don’t focus on the negatives and challenges but perceive a small space as an opportunity to be creative. We live in a busy and chaotic world so it’s important to make your home an oasis, a place of comfort. Your apartment should make you feel safe, happy, calm. Enjoy decorating it to your taste and have fun with colors and patterns. There are ways to maximize the space and make it seem much bigger than it actually is. Here are some clever tips that will help you make the most of your flat. Continue reading “Tips for living in smaller spaces”
Include your kids in the unpacking process
Moving is hard. This is especially true if you are moving with kids. It will take a lot of time for them to adjust to the new home. And if you think that keeping them out of the moving process itself will help you, it will actually not in the long run, because your child will take even longer to adjust. That can be battled by including them in your unpacking process. So, with all that said, we are pleased to present to you, an article on how to include your kids in the unpacking process. All of these are pretty simple to follow and execute so, worry not! Continue reading “Include your kids in the unpacking process”
What are the standards of a good home?
How does one determine the standards of a good home? To determine this we first have to talk about what “home” means for an average human. Human beings as such have a lot of things in common with one another even though they are all distinctly different. Besides those natural needs such as food, water, and air, we require safety and familiarity. Having a home is what provides you with these. A home is a place that you know that it belongs to you and where you are on your own territory. There you make the rules (or participate in making them) and there you are able to do what you like. People often tend to hire a moving company and move to a new home searching for the best possible conditions. Continue reading “What are the standards of a good home?”
How to organize a long-distance move
How do I organize a long-distance move? Or how do I move abroad and vice versa? And which professional moving companies Ontario, actually do this kind of relocation? What is the procedure and what do I need regarding my documentation? Can I get customs privileges and, if so, which ones? I heard that it is forbidden to transfer antiques and pianos across the border – is that true? What is the value of the things that I can bring from Ontario? Do I pay taxes for a long-distance move?! We receive these – and many other – questions from our first-time clients or our nationals who are returning home. So it’s time to answer with an article that will help you to organize your long-distance move with ease. Let’s begin.