Whether you’re clearing out an old garage in preparation for a move and getting ready to arrange all your stuff in a new one as you settle into your next home, it’s often the last part of the house anyone wants to think about or spend time on, yet it’s probably one of the most important.
More often than not, a shower curtain is the most visually striking item in any bathroom. Unless you’ve got a European-style shower or a full glass enclosure, the first thing your eyes focus on when you walk into the room is that seven-foot piece of fabric.
It’s the blessing and the curse of being a typical American: too much stuff.
It’s happened to nearly everyone at some point or another: it’s time to move everything out of the old place and into the new one,and there’s that one tricky piece of furniture that either refuses to budge, won’t fit through the door or otherwise causes an undue amount of distress.
It’s a fact of life: moving is rarely as cheap or as simple as we’d like it to be.For that reason, lots of people assume that renting a truck and recruiting some volunteersis the easiest and best way to go when it comes to relocating from one home to another, but when it comes to long-distance moves...
When it comes to personal things like skincare and hairstyling, we’re all a little like snowflakes, right? Oily T-zone, dry elbows, temperamental curls…
Like it or not, renting a new place is rarely as easy or as inexpensive as we’d like it to be.In order to stave off renter’s remorse, we heartily recommend you pull out that red pen prior to signing your lease agreement.Reality is, that too-good-to-be-true base rent may turn into just that if you mi...
There’s a reason Boston’s called “The Hub.” With so many schools,medical facilities and businesses, it’s a place where lots of people want to live.
Life sure can throw a curve ball or two, can’t it? Most of us have been in a situation where a job change, a breakup or random life circumstances give us little to no time to find a new place to live, and all of a sudden, the heat is on to get moving as quickly as possible.
You have a new job and you’re moving to a new city.What happens to the home you’re leaving behind?If you decide to sell and you’re lucky enough to get the price you want, great.But what if you can’t sell or just don’t want to.