How to Make Friends After Long Distance Moving

Written by Channel 11 Houston on October 2nd, 2013. Posted in Cross country movers, Long distance moving tips, Moving

Long distance moving tips

Long distance moving is quite the adventure. A new city filled with exciting opportunities and activities you’d never even dreamed of. You’ve hired cross country movers from a long distance moving company to help you settle down into your new digs, but there’s still something missing. You don’t really know anybody, so you can’t enjoy any aspects of the new town with people.

No fear! Making new friends after long distance moving is easier than you’d think!

Firstly, it’s important to remind yourself what set of social skills will be needed, as in, what little tricks can you use to make a positive impression. The suggestions are always the same: smile, remember the person’s name, ask questions abou

The New Nomads

Written by Channel 11 Houston on August 26th, 2013. Posted in Long distance movers, Movers, Moving

Long distance movers

Pods are a good way to consolidate your belongings or, sometimes, to leave them in one place while making a move. Long distance movers will often end up taking just about everything they have with them. There are sound bits of advice for avoiding this. For example, it is possible to take an inventory before the moving takes place and get rid of everything that is not needed.

Nonetheless, pods can be one way for students and others who are interested in making a move to the

Quit Hating on Moving

Written by Channel 11 Houston on July 18th, 2013. Posted in Long distance movers, Moving

Pods

There are a lot of different reasons that people end up moving. If you have to do a military move using pods storage can be very helpful. The government will reimburse families that are asked to move for military reasons. Other reasons for moving include a new job opportunity or transfer and using moving pods can make that move much easier for 44 percent of people that have relocated.

Although pods storage is as helpful as ever to families that are planning a move, the annual migration rate is at its current low at 11.9 percent. Originally the migration rate was much higher when the United States was still expanding when it remained at a steady 20 percent during the mid 1960s. Even though the migratio