Moving from one home to another is never easy, but you can make it easier with some smart organization and some clever packing hacks.
Somehow, no matter how much we plan, these three events always go over budget. Here's how to keep a lid on the spending.
If you have to leave town in a hurry, get you and your stuff from here to there with these tricks for relocating on a short deadline.
Today we found some great articles on places to find free moving boxes, moving back home after graduation, and beating your bills big time.
Imagine life without a mortgage or an overstuffed attic. Even if we don't live in one, tiny houses can teach us a lot about consumption, debt, and simplicity.
Looking for a change? From paying you for your smarts to just plain paying you, these six locations want you so much, they're willing to pay you to move.
Whether you've just moved to a new town, are feeling shy, or just want to talk to some interesting people, try out these great ways to meet new folks.
Considering a move? Make sure you consider these frugal factors when choosing where you're going to live.
Today we found some fantastic articles on cutting costs on moving expenses, ways to earn more money, and things that could be hurting your credit score.
Today we found some great articles on ways to prepare for a move, dressing the family for less, and pointers on negotiating your starting salary.
What sucks worse than moving? Getting scammed by your movers. Here's how to avoid getting taken to the cleaners by unscrupulous moving companies.
Our realtor told us several things that turned out to be untrue. Learn from these situations before taking their word for it.
Moving is stressful and expensive, but there are ways to cut costs. Trust me: I've worked for a moving company.
I thought I had my DIY move totally budgeted, only to be hit with hidden costs.
You can tame the high cost of relocation and still keep your sanity. Learn the eight tips for a successful low-budget move.
Here's a simple timeline for sorting and decluttering painlessly with a three-phase strategy: 3-month plan, 6-month plan, and the year-or-more plan.
In my journey from being a North American Entrepreneur to a Professional Hobo, I had to shed a lot of crap. For the purposes of this article I will fo
If you ever want to take stock of all that you’ve worked hard to purchase over time, and how much stuff you think you need to hang on to, go through each and every possession you own and decide what to keep and what to sell, or give away. [more]
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