ho! When moving was really tough -- How about a six-month-long move? If you
think loading up that moving truck to relocate thousands of miles across the country
to the West Coast is more complicated than it's ever been, think again. You could
be trying to travel across the country in 1850.
for the Oregon Trail -- Just what would you have needed for a six-month hike
across the country? Here's a list that might've helped you out.
jams on the Oregon Trail -- The fields outside jumping-off towns such as Independence,
Mo. were thronged with travelers, wagons and animals.
friends in a new place -- Moving can really mess up your social life. For
kids, it's easy to make new friends in a new place. For adults, it can be very
tough. Here's how you can deal with it.
for frequent movers -- Most people plan to stay in a house for years, but
few actually do. On average, American adults move every five years. So perhaps
it's time to think about alternatives to the traditional 30-year mortgage approach
to home buying.
your special senior citizen -- Here are some important things to keep in mind
when helping your elderly parents move.
can be stressful for pets -- Tips for making it easier on pets when you move.
may need extra care -- Even very young children can be upset by a move. Here
are signs to look for in younger and older children, plus tips for making the
no easy move for divorced parents -- A parent often has to prove to the courts
that a move would improve his or her children's lives. The motive must be pure
and pass the "smell" test.
on picking a safe temporary storage facility -- How safe is your stuff? Tips
to help ensure its safety.
address and new credit card spells danger -- A replacement card coming to
your old address could cost you.