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Red wall, bike and door

Written by Aria J. on . Posted in Moving day tips

How to be a good neighbor on moving day

A rather obvious and inescapable part of moving is that you will be leaving your city, town, etc behind. This inevitably means that your neighborhood will also be now in the past, and new neighbors are to be expected in your new home (except if you are moving to a cabin in the middle of

A rustic reading room with a vintage plaid armchair will best use the advantage of the spare room in your home

Written by Aria J. on . Posted in After you move

Ideas for a spare room in your home

Having too much room is never a real problem. And of course, there are plenty of cool ways to use the advantage of the spare room in your home. In case you don’t know how to make the most of every room, you may need professional help, like an interior designer. However, in the meantime

two seniors hugging each other

Written by Aria J. on . Posted in After you move

How to retire in NYC like a boss

A retirement in NYC doesn’t have to mean melting out all your retirement savings for a teeny cube of an apartment. If you want to find out how to retire in NYC like a boss, you’ve come to the right place. The best places to retire in Empire State are Long Island, north of the

kitchen

Written by Aria J. on . Posted in Before you move

Tips to downsize your kitchen and declutter

Minimalism dominates modern lifestyle. To go small and practical is seen as fashionable and reasonable – and it is mainly because it is a completely rational thing to do. Living with fewer items will make your home feel bigger, will make what you already own more accessible, will help you be more disciplined and it

traffic in NYC

Written by Aria J. on . Posted in On a moving day

Parking rules in NYC for your moving day

Parking and street cleaning regulations in NYC can make a simple task like parking a lot more complicated. Additionally, narrow doorways and the specific rules about using elevators can also cause problems. Therefore, if you aren’t up to date with the parking rules in NYC, make sure you continue reading. In short, the most important

Couple on the grass

Written by Aria J. on . Posted in Enterntainment in a new city

Top picnic spots in NYC to try this spring

If you are planning to relocate to Manhattan – congratulations! You’ll have a wonderful time living in any neighborhood in Manhattan. With the help of Financial District movers, you can move from one home to another with ease. Warm weather livens up every outdoor recreational activity you can think of. Yoga, Thai Chi, running, rock climbing,

People writing on a piece of paper between two lap tops

Written by Aria J. on . Posted in Reliable moving professionals

Should you acquire moving insurance?

Moving day is slowly approaching. There are hundreds of things that demand your attention. Finding a good moving company, gathering all the documents and lastly packing everything can cause a headache. During this period, something can go wrong. For this reason, you should acquire moving insurance. If you are not sure how the moving insurance

Jars with paint in different colors

Written by Aria J. on . Posted in Real estate opportunities

How to remodel your NYC home this spring?

With spring comes renewal. This goes for all life on earth, and so, it befits that we, humans, use this time of the year to do our own rebirths. We do spring cleanups, find new hobbies and go on trips, but also try to change up things in our home for the past winter. But,