Choosing To Move

Choosing To Move

  • Fish And Birds: Tips For Relocating With Your Smaller Pets

    Between the packing, hard labor and general chaos, moving can be difficult for every member of your family. This also includes the scaly or feathered members of your brood, and unfortunately, they cannot tell you when they are feeling overwhelmed. Relocating can be very stressful on your pets, which is why it is vital to get them to their new home as safely as possible. Here are a few tips to help you relocate your fish or bird:

  • Running Out of Room? A Quick Guide for Storing Baby Gear

    Once your infant has grown out of clothes and baby equipment, it's hard to find a place at home to store the stuff, but you may want to keep it around for another baby. Using a small, local storage facility can be helpful. However, you should be aware of some general guidelines about keeping items in long-term storage, since they can help you when it come to keeping your things organized and free of damage.

  • About Me

    Choosing To Move

    Few things are more difficult than packing up your belongings, moving to a new place, and trying to make new friends. Unfortunately, we found ourselves in this position a few years ago after the business that I worked for started to fail. We knew that if we wanted to get out ahead of the game, we needed to quit the job, apply for new positions, and move our family to a more affordable part of the country. This blog is all about choosing to move when you know that you need to, using storage units to help you during your transition, and making the best of a bad situation.