Category: Moving

How To Organize a Seamless Move to a New Home

Many families move during the summer, so they don’t have to pull kids out of school mid-school year. However, moving with a family is far more than just packing boxes and renting a U-Haul or hiring a mover. Here’s how to organize a seamless move to a new home when you have children.

Moving Tips for a Smoother Transition

Summer is a popular time of the year for moving. According to Money.USNews,around half of all moves take place between May and September. It makes sense as college students are vacating their rental apartments, the weather is better, and school

PURGE: 5 Things to Get Rid of In Storage Before You Die

I don’t want to sound morbid, but it’s important to broach this topic. Have you thought about what is going to happen to the boxes of untouched items in your attic when you pass? Most people use their basements or

Do or Don’t: Storage Units

Storage units and facilities are a growing segment. Think about how many storage facilities you see on a daily basis. Do you think they would keep opening more and more if there wasn’t a need? I don’t think so. Here’s

Tip Tuesday: Moving this Summer? 5 Ways to Declutter and Downsize Your Stuff

We’re smack dab in the middle of summer. Yes, this means it’s beach season. But it also means it’s moving season. The real estate market is in full swing, and there’s a chance you’re in the middle of a big

We’re Loving: 3 Essentials for Organizing Cords in Your Office

It’s the new year, and that means your office should be in tip-top shape. Clean, organized and ready for 2017, right? Well, if you’re not quite there with your office, it’s okay! Now is the time to take little steps

We’re Loving: Bankers Boxes

Before you read any further, know that I’m not bringing anything new and sexy to the table. Oh no, in fact, I’m talking about something your grandfather likely used to stay organized. Bankers boxes are a bit ‘blah’, but they

Tip Tuesday: 5 Home-Buying Tips from a Boston Professional Organizer

As the temperatures heat up, so does the housing market. Springtime is usually the hottest time to buy a home as school winds down and folks look to use their summertime to get settled into a new place. As a

What you Need to Know When Buying an Antique Home

  Thanks to our guest blogger, Tom Matthews from Gibson Sotheby’s International Realty. Tom and his teammate Joanne Taranto assist a wide selection of homebuyers and sellers in the Lincoln, Carlisle, Acton and Concord real estate markets. Sometimes the best

3 Incredible Storage Solutions from Ikea

I’ve shared moving tips in previous blog posts, and there is some great advice surrounding how to execute the packing and moving into another home. One topic that generally comes up after folks move into their homes is storage, or

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