5 Must Haves For Moving House

AD – This post is a collaborative post. All opinions are our own.  Over the years I have moved house in one way or another quite a few times. I even managed to move from being at university in Nottingham to living with John in the small flat that we once had. I have moved house by car, train and even a van and through all of those times I have read a lot of advice about how to make moving house easier. Here are my must haves for moving house: Quality packing boxes You would think that this one

5 Tips For Moving House With Children

Moving can be a really stressful time no matter who you’re moving with or when. I think moving house is said to be one of the most stressful situations in an adult’s life and even more so if you are buying rather than renting. I have moved quite a few times since I was 18 and I can quite honestly say that buying our house was one of the most difficult times that I can remember and now that I’ve done it once, I don’t know that I would ever want to do it again. We bought our house while it

5 Tips For Moving House Stress Free

When you make the decision to move house, whether that be somewhere rented or bought, it is a pretty massive job. I remember when John and I moved into the house we live in now and I was so stressed because of everything that needed doing. My brother in law is due to move quite soon so I thought it would be a good idea to share some tips for moving house stress free! Lists are your best friend I am, and have always been, a big fan of lists. If a task seems too much to handle and you

The Big Change: Preparing Your Kids For A New Home

Moving to a new home is a big step for everyone. Your concerns might seem a lot grander in scale than your child’s, but that doesn’t mean theirs are any less valid. They will have fears and concerns that can make the whole experience a negative one. But there’s a lot you can do to change their viewpoint and help them see the silver linings. Visit it beforehand If the new home is entirely alien to them, then it’s easy to see how it might be something to fear. The first time they see it, it will be a big,