A new home means a new start! There's no time like the present to start conserving water, gas, and electricity at your new place. Mother Nature (and your wallet!) will thank you.
Need help planning, organizing, and executing your big move? Our list of top 50 moving hacks should have you covered!
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Even though you can't avoid paying utilities, there are plenty of money-saving tips that will make your wallet (and Mother Nature!) happy.
If you're moving soon, you may need to report a change of residential address for your driver's license, permit, and/or vehicle registration. Use this list to determine what the policies and procedures are for updating the DMV in your own state.
When it comes to moving, staying in touch with friends and family is hard work. Read on for a number of low- and high-tech ways to stay connected with loved ones.
When the time comes for you and your significant other to have the "co-habitation talk," be sure to cover these bases to make moving in together simple and stress free.
If you're forwarding your mail for the first time, we put together a short guide to explain which type of USPS Mail Forwarding Form you should fill out.
In most cases, you know you’ll be moving at least a month in advance. You may think a week or two’s enough to handle all of your moving logistics, but you’ll really need to give yourself a bit more leeway. Start planning your move a month in advance in order to comfortably hit all of your must-do's.
While you may have the green light to move into your apartment with your new pet, you'll still need to show management and the new neighbors that Fido is as charming as you say he is.