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”
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”
Living in New York is the dream, right? Well, not quite. In fact, for an increasing number of people leaving New York might actually be the dream. And if you’re one of those people, Toronto welcomes you with open arms. Canada’s largest and most diverse city is home to more than 2 million people. That doesn’t quite rival New York’s 8 million and counting. But in all other aspects, Toronto more than holds its own. So here’s everything you need to know if you’re considering moving from NYC to Toronto! Continue reading “Moving from NYC to Toronto tips”
Finally! The D-day has passed and you and your belongings made it to your new home. Congratulations! Moving is a big feat, no matter how often or rare you choose to embark upon it. However, now when all the important work is done, you might want to write a review for a moving company? For sure, you shouldn’t do it right away. There are boxes to be unpacked, host-in parties to be held, but when given time – why not? Well, quite valid counter-argument is – why do it? After all, the job is done already. What could you possibly achieve by this? Continue reading “How to write a review for a moving company”
Moving into a new home can be not only very stressful but also rather expensive. This is especially the case when you need to relocate to a different country. In order to survive your move and avoid spending your whole budget, you need to use every opportunity to lower interstate moving expenses. There are some excellent ways of making this possible. You will have an opportunity to both avoid stress when relocating and lower your expenses. We have chosen several of them for which we believe will be of greatest use to you. Keep on reading the article and you will be fully prepared when the time for moving comes. Continue reading “Ways to lower interstate moving expenses”
Moving is never easy, but having your best friend with you after the relocation will make everything better. If you are moving to Toronto, you’re in luck – it is one of the most pet-friendly cities in Canada. Many say that is the paradise for pets, and it is one of the best cities for pet owners in the world. Both you and your dog will certainly enjoy the great dog parks in Toronto. Continue reading “Reasons why you and your dog will love dog parks in Toronto”
Australia and Canada are about as different as it gets. They are on different hemispheres, just to begin with. Are you currently shivering in the freezing Canada winter? Well, odds are that Australians are sweating like mad in their sweltering summer. So if you’re planning on moving to Australia from Canada, you are going to have to get used to celebrating Christmas in summer. And that’s far from the only oddity you will need to know about! So here are a few things you should know before with moving to Australia from Canada.
Moving is a long and complicated process that will often keep you quite busy. Between the old house and the new, the movers and the storage units, you’ll spend a lot of time going back and forth. This will likely leave at least one of your properties empty for a while. Your old house may not be selling or your new place may not be quite ready for moving in just yet. Either way, you should know how to protect your home during a relocation in case you end up leaving your property vacant for an extended period of time!
Canadians are lovely people. There is no place on planet earth that they are not welcome. No matter where they move or where they want to live, residents will welcome them with wide open arms. If you are Canadian and you are planning to live somewhere abroad, there are some things you should be concerned about. First of all, think about how much money you have, then do the climate suits you and, of course, safety and healthcare in the country you want to move to. So now, let’s see where are Canadians moving in 2019?
Long-distance moving is never easy and straightforward. There are a lot of things to take care of. And there are a lot of things that you need to research before you even call the moving company. Moving from Sudbury to Minnesota is no different. So, before you start planning your life in Minnesota, you should first plan your relocation to it. Starting with deciding what to take with you. Hiring international movers comes next. And lastly, you need to do a little bit of research on Minnesota and its people.