Child Proofing Your Home: 12 Tips for Parents

When I was pregnant with my daughter Stella Rose, I became obsessed with nesting and creating the perfect home for her. She is now a 1-year-old and I am still constantly re-arranging my home to eliminate safety hazards. It is my opinion that child proofing is a never ending responsibility. As your child grows so […]

Storing Tax Documents

As tax season comes to an end in a few weeks, some of you may wonder what do I do with all these tax documents? You definitely want to store them just in case of an audit or if you simply need to refer back at any documents. Here are some tips on storing tax documents: […]

Moving to the Georgia Institute of Technology

Ready to be a part of the Yellow Jackets and root with Buzz at Georgia Institute of Technology games? Get ready, because being a GT student comes with a lot of hard work, but plenty of opportunities for fun and growth! Get To Know Your Surroundings GT is  a great school, and it doesn’t hurt […]

Moving With A Baby

When you have a baby, even a quick trip to the store can be an adventure. Do you have the diaper bag? Is the baby warm enough? What if the baby cries the entire time you’re in the store? It requires a lot of planning, and the amount of time you spend getting ready to […]

How to Get a Moving Truck Donated for Temporary Use

If you have a heart of gold and your passion for helping others extends beyond your nine-to-five day, then you are probably looking for a way to do more…with less.  Have the following questions crossed your mind: How do I stretch every dollar donated? How to find more hands to make light work of an […]

How to Read Your Rental Contract

It’s moving day! Yay, you’re full of excitement and many mixed emotions as the BIG day has arrived! A walk-around  to check your rental truck has been done, papers have been signed but as you leave the center, you look at the contract you just signed and think, ‘How do I read my rental contract?’ […]

Prepping Your House for Sale

I have spent the last three and a half years making my current house into a home for myself and all my guests, but the time has come for me to move on and sell my first home. So I think to myself, and I imagine others do too, “Where do I start?” The first […]

How to Transport a Wheelchair

Not everyone has a huge trunk or an SUV to transport a wheelchair. This became apparent when traveling with a good friend of mine. Luckily I have a roomy trunk in my car that is big enough to fit a wheelchair.  In fact, one of the questions I asked the car dealer about prior to […]

Prepping Your New House To Move In

The day is finally here. You get to move into your new home! Make sure you arrive before your moving truck and movers do so that you can begin prepping your new house to move in. Here’s how: Set Up Utilities Before You Move-In Days before you move in, you’ll want to make sure several services are working in your […]

Moving In Bad Weather

Moving in bad weather can be challenging.  You don’t always get a choice on when you move and if the weather is not cooperating, there is nothing you can do about it. You can make the best of it by limiting your exposure to the cold snow or rain, which will make your move easier […]

How to Pack Dishes for a Move

2014 has arrived…and much like a New Year, a move is synonymous with a fresh start and movement into the future. Forty to 50 million people may move this year, and if you are one of those people and could use some advice on how to pack dishes, here are some helpful packing tips: Dishes […]

New Year’s Resolutions

The New Year is a time for changes and bettering ourselves. From large to small commitments, our resolutions can be anything from quitting a habit, making a lifestyle change or deciding to live life to the fullest. Here are some of our popular New Year’s Resolutions and even better, ways to stick them! Liven Up […]