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ON THE MOVE

Tips For Moving Antiques and Fine Art

Owning paintings, sculptures and other rare collectables is considered an honor and a sign of prestige in high society. There is no greater joy for homeowners than acquiring these items and proudly displaying them. There is also no greater woe than not knowing how to handle them during a move, …

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Moving Day Safety Tips

  Moving Day is one of the most emotionally stressful days of your life, and the last thing you need is excessive physical stress to add to the mix. Between lifting heavy boxes and moving furniture, nothing can destroy the smooth flow of your move like a sudden back injury …

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How to Pack Dishes and other Household Breakables

    Moving should be a happy occasion, opening the door to new memories in your new home. Yet too many people know the heartbreak of unpacking after a move only to find broken glassware or porcelain among their valuable items. Antique teacups that have been in your family for …

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Moving Yourself vs. Hiring Movers—Which is better?

“Hire movers or move yourself” is a dilemma as old as time, as one of the many headaches that comes with moving is deciding how you will actually move to your new place. You might prefer to pack and move yourself. Rent a truck and hire movers. Hire a moving …

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Moving Out, Moving Up, Moving On

 Breaking Down The Moving Season On the move? From careers to school, retirement or personal choice, each year, an estimated 53.15 million people move within the U.S. With moving comes strategic planning, packing and making the actual trek to your new destination. Whether it’s your first or 15th time moving, …

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Avoiding Tourists A to Z: A New York Map for Residents

  When you are visiting NYC as a tourist, your task is easy—grab a New York map, hit all of the famous landmarks, take a picture, and go home. But when you live in New York, much of your daily life is lived with the goal of avoiding tourists as …

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Moving Out of New York: Mapping a Route for A Long Distance Move

So you are finally doing it—leaving New York City. You are probably feeling a bittersweet mixture of excitement and sadness that is making it difficult to plan anything properly. But, plan you must, or this big move will be a lot harder than it needs to be. Any long distance …

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9 Tips for a Seamless Moving Day

  We know the feeling—moving day is finally coming and you are probably filled with a mixture of excitement and dread. Luckily, when you know what you are doing, moving day doesn’t have to be half as stressful as you might fear. Here are some tips for a seamless moving …

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A Moving Checklist: Everything You Need to Know and Do Before The Big Move

Moving to a new house or apartment can be fun and exciting, but there is also a lot to remember throughout the process. Here is a moving checklist to keep you on track. As Soon As Possible Book the Movers Early As soon as you know that you are moving, …

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NYC life on a Dime: The Best of New York on a Budget

  There are a lot of great things about NYC life, but the high rent prices and cost of living is definitely not one of them. Still, millions of people are able to enjoy the benefits of living in New York City, despite not earning a fortune in wages. For …

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