Apartment Denial: Is It Time For You To Start Packing?

Posted on: 2 June 2015

While moving may be one of life's biggest hassles, there are times when you really should throw in the towel on your current living quarters. Since your home plays a major role in your happiness, and happiness contributes to long-term health and well-being, you shouldn't settle. Examine the following  causes for relocation and if you nod your head in agreement to more than a few of them, it's time to start packing.
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Planning To Retire In Ecuador: Here Are Some Things You Should Know

Posted on: 10 March 2015

Moving out of the country is a trend in the senior community, but which one offers the most for retirees? At the top of the list, according to Forbes, are mostly countries in Central and South America, including number one Ecuador. What is it about this little nation, bordered on one side by Colombia and on the other the Pacific Ocean, that attracts seniors? Low cost of living and strong real estate values are what brings them in.
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How To Pack And Store Heat-Sensitive Items

Posted on: 15 January 2015

If you need to put some of your items in storage during the summer, it's important to know which items can survive the heat, and which need to be packed and stored more carefully. Items like sheets, towels and clothing will probably be perfectly fine in a non climate-controlled storage unit, but other items will quickly succumb to the elements if exposed to 90+ degree heat and humidity. Here's a look at some common items that should always be placed into climate-controlled storage units if you're storing them in the summer, as well as a few tips for packing, transporting and storing each one safely.
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