Our last blog post of 2013 intends to prepare your household for the year ahead. Regardless of whether or not you are moving in 2014 our Vancouver movers thought we’d put together an easy-to-follow list of “resolutions” to help keep your home free of clutter in the year ahead. By heeding the following advice you and your family can thrive in a clean, organized, and more spacious home. And if you do indeed intend on relocating within the next 365 days you will be much more prepared than ever with these initiatives in place.
3 Resolutions to a Clutter Free Home in the New Year
Your new home relocation should be magical at this time of the year
Today’s blog post is for those family households that place a lot of leisure value on the Holiday season. If this is you, then you know that moving in the month of December can throw a big wrench into your family’s plans for enjoying all of the affairs of Christmas and the New Year. However, we do not often get to pick and choose the month that we move. We often have to accommodate new home possession move-in dates, new career opportunities (as being the reason for the relocation), or some other scenario that lands moving day within the calendar days of December. Because our Vancouver moving company is sensitive to all of the needs of our prospective customers we decided to provide a few helpful tips to get you through your relocation without skipping a fun beat this (or future) Holiday season.
5 Tips to Having Fun While Moving During the Holidays
In continuing with our monthly Vancouver moving guide we must admit that this month of December is the most unique of the twelve. The month is marked by a steeper drop in temperature, an often demanding early-in-the-month workload at the “office” (relative to your career) followed by a break (unless you work in retail/hospitality), an increase in leisure, and of course the Holiday season as a whole. Moving in December in Vancouver can be a challenge. Today our Vancouver movers provide a little guidance and an idea of what to expect when moving in December.
5 Tips to Moving in December
The Vancouver weather forecast this week calls for multiple days of below freezing temperatures. While those numbers will only dip slightly below zero and will not greatly impact local residents during local relocations, many of our blog’s readers are moving over long distances to climates that are hard pressed to have the temperature rise above zero at any point over the season. For those of you that fall within the latter category our Vancouver moving company has listed the three items that should be last-out of the current home and first-in the new home when the relocation takes place amidst the icy touch of Jack Frost.
3 Things that Should Stay Indoors During a Cold Weather Move