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6 Handy Packing Tips for Your Interstate Move

If you’re relocating interstate (or simply a long distance away), ensuring your belongings are safely packed during your move is essential.
Friday 14 November 2014

Moving Interstate – Is Air, Road or Rail Best?

Moving interstate is an exciting time. But one of the key decisions you will have to make will be whether to move your belongings by road, air or rail.
Thursday 6 November 2014

Moving Interstate from Hobart or Tasmania

Are you planning to leave Tasmania behind, in exchange for the mainland? Check out our essential tips on moving north from Australia’s beautiful island state.
Friday 31 October 2014

Moving Your Furniture Interstate: 5 Top Tips

Moving interstate requires lots of planning and organising – and the last thing you’ll want is to damage any of your furniture during the relocation.
Tuesday 21 October 2014

How to Decide if Relocating is Right for You

Whether you're contemplating a tree change, a sea change or just a change of scenery, the idea of relocating to pursue job opportunities can be tempting. We all know that the grass always seems greener, but you should ask yourself these questions to determine whether relocating is the right step for you.
Tuesday 23 September 2014

5 Tips for Moving Into a Smaller House

Most of us tend to accumulate possessions over time, which can make the prospect of moving into a smaller place downright scary. However, downsizing brings a host of benefits, including increased happiness and enjoyment of the things you decide to keep. Read on to discover how to prepare yourself for a lifestyle change.
Tuesday 16 September 2014

5 Tips for Helping Your Teenager Deal with a Major Move - Chess Moving

Living with a teenager is trying at the best of times, but it can be an absolute nightmare when you're moving. With hormones raging, teenagers dealing with the thought of leaving their friends, their home, and their life can be overwhelming. It won't be easy, but armed with these handy tips, you can help your teen through the move with minimal tears.
Tuesday 9 September 2014

6 Items You Can't Transport to the UK from Australia

You're packing your bags and boxes, preparing for a move from Australia to the UK. Before you ship your prized possessions overseas to your new destination, make sure you take into account what you're not allowed to move. The UK has strict guidelines on which household goods are permitted within its borders, which should be kept in mind to avoid any future hassles or troubles.
Wednesday 13 August 2014

Moving to a New Home: 4 Must-Have Items

Wednesday 6 August 2014

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Sell it or Move it?: How to Choose What to Keep Before an International Move

With any move, there are always items that seem like they aren't worth the trouble to pack and carry to the next destination. When moving internationally, this is even more so the case because of the cost of moving items overseas. Packing is a great time to go through every item in the home and decide whether it's worth bringing, depending on the cost of the item in the new city or country.
Wednesday 30 July 2014

Moving an Office Without Losing Productivity

Moving to a new office is a complicated and stressful project. There are ways to minimise the mess and keep to business as usual during the transition. Here are some important things to remember if you want to remain productive during an office move.
Wednesday 23 July 2014

How to Prep Your Belongings for the Professional Movers

Ask your moving professional whether they have shipping materials that meet your unique needs. If you want your moving professional to pack your delicate items, set them aside so they can be identified on arrival. You can also ask the company to give you packing materials ahead of time so you can do the job yourself.
Wednesday 16 July 2014

How to Create a Moving Schedule to Simplify Your Move

Whether you're moving across the world or just across town, the relocation process can easily become complicated and stressful. To ease the chaos and transition smoothly to your new place, draft a moving schedule to keep things on track.
Wednesday 9 July 2014

Can I Take My Pet On My International Move?

You may think you have all of your visas and accommodations set for your move abroad, but if you haven’t taken the necessary steps to secure your pet’s passage, then you could face major headaches on the trip.
Wednesday 2 July 2014

5 Ways to Say Goodbye to Your Home Before You Move

Leaving the home you grew up in is an emotional experience. Even if it isn't the house you grew up in, leaving it can feel like you’re leaving something more significant than four walls and a roof. To make the transition easier, here are some tips you apply to make the departure a happier one.
Wednesday 25 June 2014

4 Things You Should Never Put In Storage - Chess Moving

Many don’t realise there are limits to what you can keep in a storage unit. It might seem like the catch-all for your clutter during a move, but some items could pose a threat to your other possessions or become severely damaged themselves.
Wednesday 18 June 2014
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