Summer Moves & Community Service

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Moving can prove to be very stressful especially for new home buyers or a moving family. There are numerous things to take into account before the moving day. If you are planning to have a well planned move that is free of stress and chaos, then Andy and the guys are the one to visit. They have the best online destination that has helped millions of Australian households who move every year. They are popular for their two men and a truck transport services. Their site has useful tips to home buyers, sellers and renters to help them get organized for a seamless transition to their new homes. Check out their map location on Google.

Summer is always the best time to move for millions of Americans. The weather is nice at this time, kids are on school holidays and home buying season is at its peak. The following are useful tips for people planning to move this year:

A Month before the moving date:

1. Start preparing by notifying the companies about your moving intentions. Give them a specific day to terminate or forward their services. Get a licensed moving company, relevant coupons and moving guides.
2. Get quotes from multiple professional moving companies for the best deals. Ask them the kind of insurance they include, whether they give binding quotes, the full-service moves options available such as providing moving supplies, packing and unpacking services.
3. Put all your important documents and personal items aside to ensure you do not misplace or loose them.

4. Change all the necessary address to ensure you do not miss important mails. You can use the free moving.com address changer.

Three Weeks Before the moving date:

Use this time to select a suitable mover. Take an inventory of all your items and their worth. Also decide the items to carry to your next home.
1. Clean out the storage areas and get rid of items you no longer need. You can have a garage sale or give donations. This will ensure you reduce the overall weight of the items you will be paying for. Your Packing day will also be much easier.

If you are planning to move yourself, pack the items you do not need until a month after the move. It always feels good to get started early.

2. You can take pictures of the apartment you are moving to so as to start figuring out where to place your furniture, artwork and other goods. This will ensure you save time, money and the stress involved on the moving day.

Two weeks Before the moving date:

1. If you are planning a DYI move, Start pacing things into boxes. Figure out the moving logistics and other specialized plans that you need to get done. If you are however using a professional moving company, start by discarding the items you no longer need.

2. Pack the plates vertically instead of stacking them. This will ensure they are safe during the move.

3. Make travel arrangements for your pets if you are planing a long distance move. Get pet-exclusive airlines that offer travel options for pets. Consider making childcare arrangements if you have kids so that you are fully focused on the moving day.

4. Make arrangements for move out cleaning services to ensure you leave your apartment clean and tidy for the new buyers.

A week Before the Moving date:

1. Ensure the details of paying moving company are well taken care of. It is always good to know their policy in advance before the moving day to avoid stress.

2. Eat all the frozen foods or give them to a friend to avoid disposing them on the moving day.

3. Have time to think about the moving day. Anticipate the amount of time you will need and how you plan to manage the moving day.

4. Place the necessities you use frequently in boxes labelled ”open first” so than you can easily find them when you need them in your new home. Such items include toiletries, cooking supplies and the flashlight.

5. Conduct a final reconnaissance of your new location if possible. Identify the gas and water shut off locations, electrical consumer unit. It will be smart if you can drop off a box of new light bulbs to your new home.

Moving Day and Beyond:

Walk through the apartment one last time and ensure you have not overlooked anything. Lock all the doors and windows and turn all the switches off. Then you on your way to your new apartment.
1. Show the movers the photos you took when you began packing so that they precisely know where everything goes when unpacking.

2. Start by unpacking the basic items. Start with the kitchen, then the bathroom and at least the bedroom. Make a bed earlier to get some rest that evening. After unpacking the essential items, pack the remaining items at your convenience. After all, you do not have to unpack everything in one day.

3. After you have settled, interact with some neighbors. Ask them about some local tips, the grocery shop, best places to eat, etc. This will make you feel part of the community.

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Unleashing Ideas

For one week, millions of young people around the world join a growing movement of entrepreneurial people, to generate new ideas and to seek better ways of doing things. Countries across six continents come together to celebrate Global Entrepreneurship Week, an initiative to inspire young people to embrace innovation, imagination and creativity. To think big — and to turn their ideas into reality.

Each November, Global Entrepreneurship Week connects people everywhere through local, national and global activities designed to help them explore their potential as self-starters and innovators. Students, educators, entrepreneurs, business leaders, employees, non-profit leaders, government officials and many others participated in a range of activities, from online to face-to-face, and from large-scale competitions and events to intimate networking gatherings.

Through this initiative, the next generation of entrepreneurs are inspired and can emerge. In doing so, they will begin to acquire the knowledge, skills and networks needed to grow innovative, sustainable enterprises that have a positive impact on their lives, their families and communities.

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