How to Move Yourself without Professional Movers

Moving by yourself is a daunting task, especially if you’ve amassed quite a bit of stuff. When the time comes to move, you’re not just moving—you’re purging and reorganizing your entire life.

If hiring professional movers isn’t in your budget, the stress of it all can become overwhelming. Here’s how to break each task down and make moving manageable.

U-Haul Moving Help Review

U-Haul Moving Help® is an online marketplace that connects you with local workers to help with individual moving tasks like packing boxes, loading trucks, or moving pianos. Read more about them in our review.

How to Pack a Moving Truck like the Pros

Moving mishaps are totally avoidable, and you don’t have to be a professional mover to load a truck like one. We’ve broken down the truck-packing procedures professionals use into five easy-to-follow steps.

How to Move with Pets

Pets require special care and attention during a move. Read our guide for tips that can help you get your pet to your new home safely and happily.

How to Pay for Your Move

The hefty price of moving makes many people doubt they can afford to move. If you’re one of these people, read our guide to learn about your options.

Our Guide to Moving with Kids

We’re here to help you understand why moving is so hard for kids, and to help you smooth the transition. Recognizing the effect a move on your child can help you prepare for the adjustments and challenges ahead.

The “Easy Button” Method for Moving Furniture

Now that you’ve settled on a move-in date and are getting everything organized for the big day, make sure you’re not overlooking some important steps when moving furniture from your old place to the new. Whether you’re working with professional movers or taking care of moving yourself, you’ll need a plan to coordinate the move. Take steps to protect your belongings as you head to your new destination.

6 Tips for Moving Your Appliances Without Damaging Your New Home

The most difficult items to move from home to home are your appliances, which is often why many real estate transactions include them as part of the cost of sale. That said, when you want to take your appliances with you, a little planning will go a long way in helping you move while also mitigating stress often associated with the moving your appliances.

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