Moving with 9 Pets 😱 (VLOG #4)

Posted by on Jul 15, 2019 in The Moving | Comments Off on Moving with 9 Pets 😱 (VLOG #4)

Moving with 9 Pets 😱 (VLOG #4)

Moving with 9 Pets 😱 (VLOG #4)

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Questions about hedgehogs?
Join some of the many Facebook groups!
-“Hedgehogs & Things” is a group that I co-admin with two friends all about the lives of hedgehog owners. We welcome any and all questions about hedgehogs, and one of us it around pretty much at all times. Feel free to join if you need help!

Questions about hamsters?
Check out HamsterHideout’s forum, as well as HAMSTERS on Facebook.

Questions about guinea pigs?
Check out for some of the best information on guinea pigs you can find!

I am not a vet, and cannot diagnose any medical issues. I am more than happy to help with care questions, or simple health related things, but if your pet is sick, I am not the person to ask. Please be sure to get your pet to the vet as soon as possible if something is wrong.


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High-quality moving services and excellent customer service are a top priority for TWO MEN AND A TRUCK

Posted by on Jul 12, 2019 in The Moving | Comments Off on High-quality moving services and excellent customer service are a top priority for TWO MEN AND A TRUCK

High-quality moving services and excellent customer service are a top priority for TWO MEN AND A TRUCK

High-quality moving services and excellent customer service are a top priority for TWO MEN AND A TRUCK

With the summer season underway, it’s the busiest time for the TWO MEN AND A TRUCK brand, culminating in our “Busiest Move Weekend” that took recently took place.

Even after the busy weekend, our franchises are continuing to work at a frantic pace to meet all of our customer’s moving needs this summer – and it’s something we take very seriously. Above all, our top goals as a brand will always be to offer the highest-quality moving services along with excellent customer service to any past, present, or potential customers.

TWO MEN AND A TRUCK CEO Jon Nobis took a minute to address this with the public and talk about how the customer is the most important thing for us during the busy moving season.

TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® is the first and largest franchised moving company in the United States. Let us help move you forward! For more helpful tips and information on moving services subscribe to our blog and like us on Facebook.

Published at Mon, 08 Jul 2019 14:16:09 +0000

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What to Do with Moving Boxes After Moving

Posted by on Jul 9, 2019 in The Moving | Comments Off on What to Do with Moving Boxes After Moving

What to Do with Moving Boxes After Moving

What to Do with Moving Boxes After Moving

The moment you’ve reached your new home, it’ll be time to start thinking about unpacking your things so that you can get one step closer to your ultimate post-relocation goal – to settle down in that strange place without having to cope with any symptoms of relocation depression.

Unpacking after a move is an important task that you shouldn’t underestimate – living among piles of unopened boxes will only make things worse in the long run, prolonging unnecessarily the post-move adaptation period. So, all signs lead to you rolling up your sleeves and getting down to unpacking.

What to do with moving boxes after a moveInterestingly enough, one of the very first problems you’ll run into after initiating or resuming the unpacking job will be what to do with all the packing materials – cardboard boxes, bubble wrap, packing paper, and packing peanuts. Mainly, you’ll be asking yourself what to do with the MOVING BOXES as you keep unpacking simply because those excess cardboard containers will keep piling up, creating quite a mess and eating up the space in your new home.

That’s right, your biggest concern while unpacking your items is likely to be what to do with all the empty cardboard boxes lying around your new place. On average, around 60 moving boxes are needed for a single residential move, so your exact number of cardboard containers may be less or more depending on a number of factors.

Moving boxes take plenty of space so you’ll need to figure out what you’ll do with yours before the situation gets out of control.

So, what should you do with your moving boxes after a move? Should you keep them for a future move? Should you try to sell them? Give them away to friends or strangers in need? Or maybe just throw them away for recycling?

Option 1: Just KEEP your moving boxes

Consider keeping the best cardboard boxes for future use – after all, you never know when you might need them again, do you? Flatten out and store in a dry place all the moving boxes that have survived the house move without any visible signs of damage. Make sure you keep the sturdiest and cleanest packing boxes too. That way, you won’t need to look for cheap or free cardboard containers when another house move comes around the corner in a few years’ time.

Besides, you can use those the moving boxes in good condition for storage as well – to store away some of the things you just unpacked and won’t need right away. Don’t forget to label those storage boxes, again, so that you know what’s inside them at any given moment. Also, make sure the storage area is dry and there’s enough air circulation because water and high humidity can ultimately damage the cardboard boxes and the things they contain.

The good news is that cardboard boxes are very versatile, and as such, they can be easily re-purposed and used for various home projects around the home. Kids can unleash their creativity and create costumes, playhouses, castles, forts, and even mazes out of strong and clean cardboard boxes.

Keep in mind that even if some of the boxes have been damaged during the move, you can still use the cardboard material itself for all kinds of purposes, from sheer wall and floor protection during renovation projects to a long list of fun projects for the entire family.

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Option 2: Try to SELL your moving boxes

If you have specialty boxes such as dish barrels or wardrobe boxes, then you should definitely keep them for your next house move.

Chances are that you won’t need to keep all the moving boxes, even if they are in good overall condition. So, one good way to get rid of used moving boxes, and make some money in the meantime, is to attempt to sell those containers to people who need them.

The idea behind this option is to try to get back a bit of the money you paid for some or most of the cardboard containers when you were preparing to pack your things for moving. In theory, it makes sense to try to sell your used packing boxes after the move is over.

However, in practice, their sale will mean that you’ll need to invest a considerable amount of time and efforts to make it worthwhile – not always the best course of action when you’re looking for good ways to get rid of your boxes after the relocation.

Here’s where to sell your used moving boxes:

  • Craigslist. This is the website people go to when they happen to look for cheap packing supplies, so it makes a lot of sense to list your unwanted boxes there. Make sure the containers you offer are only lightly used to be able to sell them fast. In the majority of cases, it’s best to have potential buyers come directly to your home to pick those moving containers than to have to send them to another part of the country.
  • BoxCycle. This is a specialized website that people check when they search for second-hand moving boxes. The good news is that the website will handle the sale hassle for you – for a small fee, of course. So, if you have enough boxes in good condition that you’re wondering what to do with, then register with BoxCycle and see what happens.
  • NextDoor. A bit unusual way to sell your leftover boxes after the move is to access the popular smartphone app that will give you exclusive access to the social network of the new neighborhood you just moved to. It’s free to sign up and you can simply leave a short message to the new neighbors that you offer cardboard boxes in excellent condition. The thing is that you never know who might be looking for cheap moving boxes at that very moment.

Speaking of selling packing boxes after the move, it’s never a good idea to try to sell your boxes to any of your friends. It’s just not a cool thing to do. So, if you know a friend who’s looking for moving boxes and you have plenty to offer, just be a good friend and give them those cardboard receptacles for free.

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Option 3: GIVE AWAY your moving boxes

It goes without saying that selling your used boxes will require time and efforts – two things you probably won’t be willing to make any compromises with right after the move. And besides, will the hassle of getting back a few dollars be worth it in the end?

If you wish to get rid of your unwanted used boxes really fast, then your best bet is to just give them away to anyone who might need them at that moment of time. After all, it’s a bad idea to throw away perfectly usable packing materials.

  • What to do with packing boxes after moving

    Make sure your moving boxes are in decent condition before you offer them to someone, be it for free.

    Friends and colleagues. Tell your friends and co-workers that you have good cardboard boxes that you don’t really need. You can do this easily with a Facebook / Twitter post in order to reach as many of your pals as possible.

  • Craigslist. Use the free section of Craigslist to list your cardboard boxes for free and watch them disappear with the speed of light.
  • FreeCycle. List your excess packing boxes at FreeCycle – a non-profit organization with a website where each item is offered completely for free. It must be a satisfying feeling to help out strangers in need.
  • Charity. Charitable organizations are often looking for cardboard boxes in good condition – like most organizations, they have their storage needs as well. So, if you’re still wondering what to do with your used moving boxes after the move, you may wish to contact the largest charities in your new town or city and ask them if they will be willing to pick up your leftover cardboard boxes.

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Option 4: RECYCLE your moving boxes

It’s very unlikely that all your moving boxes will survive the house move in great shape – some of them will be rather damaged so they will only be good for one thing – recycling.

Luckily, cardboard is one of the most recyclable materials out there, so you’ve got a number of good options when it comes to recycling moving boxes after the move.

  • Movers. Check to see if your moving company offers the extra service of taking the cardboard boxes you won’t need anymore and recycling them properly. If they do, then you won’t have to worry about that aspect of the unpacking task. Keep in mind that if you want your movers to unpack for you, they are expected to get rid of the moving boxes you don’t wish to keep.
  • Recycling bins. Just leave the cardboard boxes you don’t need in a recycling bin, provided that there is one for various recyclable materials near the new home. In fact, that’s the quickest way to dispose of your cardboard boxes after moving – the waste disposal services in your area will pick the unwanted cardboard and take it to a designated recycling center for proper recycling.

If you’re not sure how the curbside waste collection works, then ask your neighbors or contact the waste management company in your new town or city. This is important because you wouldn’t want to be fined for improper cardboard recycling – in most cases, you can’t just leave your unwanted boxes out in the street to be picked by people who need them. So, be informed in order to stay out of trouble.

  • Have your cardboard boxes reached the end of their service life?

    Recycling centers. If you really want, you can take all the cardboard boxes you won’t ever need straight to a local recycling center for proper cardboard disposal. That’s a good option when you do have plenty of cardboard to get rid of, and none of the options above has worked for you. Don’t forget that taking your excess moving boxes to a recycling center will cost you time and gas money, so you should definitely keep this solution as your last resort. If possible, get in touch with that recycling place in advance to work out the details.
    Here’s a website where you can find a recycling center near your new home: Earth911.

Keep in mind that high-quality cardboard boxes can survive several house moves without sustaining any serious damage in the process. Therefore, you shouldn’t be too quick to throw away perfectly usable cardboard containers. Instead, assess the condition of each empty box while unpacking your stuff and decide what’s the best course of action – whether it can be used one more time, or whether it’s time to recycle it.

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Published at Mon, 08 Jul 2019 12:53:22 +0000

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Tips on Moving Cross Country

Posted by on Jul 8, 2019 in The Moving | Comments Off on Tips on Moving Cross Country

Tips on Moving Cross Country

Tips on Moving Cross Country



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Beer Home Team Attracts Both Clients and Agents with Updater

Posted by on Jul 6, 2019 in The Moving | Comments Off on Beer Home Team Attracts Both Clients and Agents with Updater

Beer Home Team Attracts Both Clients and Agents with Updater

Beer Home Team Attracts Both Clients and Agents with Updater

Based in San Diego, Beer Home Team — brokered by eXp Realty of California, Inc. — delivers a first-rate client experience, tailor-made to fit each client’s needs. Whether agents are guiding first-time home buyers through a purchase or helping clients close on their twelfth investment property, Beer Home Team brings the same effort and outstanding professional service to each of their clients. We sat down with Laura Branca, Chief Operating Officer, to discuss how Updater supports the success of their agents and their team as a whole.

Tell us a little bit about your team, what do you think makes it unique?

We really think of ourselves as not just a team, but as a company. That distinction is very important because it adds an extra level of intent to everything we do. Not only do we have specialized divisions who are fully committed to improving our client experience, but we also constantly seek out ways to become more efficient as a whole. At the end of the day, our ultimate goal is to better serve our clients.

In your opinion, why are technology integrations important in the real estate industry?

Technology integrations are incredibly important in the real estate industry because we’re all looking for leverage – either through people or through technology. Technology gives us a critical advantage because it allows us to save hours on admin work and, instead, spend these hours working on supporting clients, which is what this business is really all about.

What made you decide to offer Updater to your clients?

We decided to offer Updater to our clients because it gives our operations team an additional tool to leverage when providing a Ritz-Carlton level of service to our clients. Plus, it gives hours and hours of time back to our clients. They no longer have to worry about calling around to different utility companies, finding a moving company, and forwarding their mail. Updater simplifies the moving process so our clients can spend time on the things that really matter.

Compared to other tools you’ve integrated, in terms of ease-of-use and implementation, where does Updater fall?

Integrating with Updater was phenomenal! The interface is very easy for our clients to use, which is really the most important thing for us. We always ask: Are they able to log in and easily use the tools that are there? Or, is this just another hurdle they have to jump over? This definitely wasn’t the case. With Updater, it was seamless. And on our side, it was pretty plug-and-play — very straightforward to use.

How has Updater provided value to your overall business initiatives?

Our overall business initiatives — and I think this is true for most companies — are to find ways of becoming more attractive, not only to our clients but also to our team. Updater fits right into what we want – to give a better experience to our agents. This tool helps us make our agents’ lives better, which in turn makes the lives of our clients better. Ultimately, it fits perfectly into our business because not only does it serve our clients, but it also serves our team. And that is what we are really looking to do.

Published at Thu, 02 May 2019 15:34:08 +0000

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Posted by on Jul 3, 2019 in The Moving | Comments Off on 6 TIPS ON LABELING BOXES WHEN YOU MOVE



The secret to every successful move is PREPARATION and ORGANIZATION. Having these two would ensure an efficient and hassle-free move. Aside from making a moving checklist and coordinating with your hired movers, another important thing to do is to organize your moving boxes.

To be honest, it is overwhelming to look at several boxes stacked on top of another and having a truck loaded with identical boxes, but organizing them would make the job less arduous and more efficient. In addition, if not properly labeled, these boxes can surely make the unpacking process an absolute nightmare. Fortunately the solution is quite simple. Putting labels on each of them would make a world of difference. Labeling boxes will save you and your movers lots of time during the delivery and unpacking process.

Stacked moving boxes



Doing this will save you much time in determining what their contents are and which room they need to go into. Write down the contents and which room they should be placed into using a label marker or a permanent marker. For example, “Kitchen – Stainless Steel Spoon and Fork, Glasses, Plates, Etc”.

Also, putting labels on each side can help streamline the loading and unloading process therefore cutting down the time it needs to finish this task.


Labeling boxes using the color-coding system is another great method you can use. You can use colored markers, different colors of packing tape, stickers or any similar items to categorize the contents of each box, as well as which room each of them should go to. To successfully utilize this system, don’t forget to color-code the different rooms where the boxes need to be placed. The variety of colors would easily help you to determine where things should be. Doing this will also help you to identify any boxes that are out of place.


If you don’t like writing or using colors, then maybe numbers would work for you. Similar to the color-coding system in concept, you can place the importance of the box using a series of numbers. For example, any box with the number ‘1’ are of high priority and should be unpacked first. On the other hand, a box with the number ‘0’ can refer to boxes containing items that you don’t necessarily need immediately. Don’t forget to number-code each room (place the number on the door so it’s easily seen). For example, Room 1 (refers to the kitchen). You can also try to combine the color-coding and number system. It’s definitely much more efficient and time-saving.


Labeling boxes depending on how fragile their contents are benefits you as well as the mover. It tells them to handle the box with special care and attention while it reminds you which box to check first since they contain expensive items. Remember to write the words in BIG, BOLD letters so everyone who sees the box can read it right away.


A lot of these moving boxes already have a checklist of the different rooms in the house. All that’s left is to check the box which corresponds to the place where they should be placed. Either in the living room, dining room, kitchen, bathroom, patio, garage, etc.

If there is no checklist available, just write down where it should go on the sides of the box along with the other label. If you do this, the time that you spend for unpacking will be reduced since everything that you’ll be unpacking belongs in the same room. Also, this process lessens the unwanted clutter inside every room.


If you are a person who just doesn’t have that much time or have too many items inside your house, then hiring a professional mover to do the packing and unpacking would be the best choice you can make.

moveON moving is one of the top moving companies in Las Vegas. If you’re interested to know more about our packing services, give us a call or send us an email and we’ll get back to you as soon as we can. Let’s talk about how you can have a hassle-free moving experience

Published at Thu, 25 Oct 2018 19:51:17 +0000

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Real Life Trick Shots 3 | Dude Perfect

Posted by on Jul 1, 2019 in The Moving | Comments Off on Real Life Trick Shots 3 | Dude Perfect

Real Life Trick Shots 3 | Dude Perfect

Real Life Trick Shots 3 | Dude Perfect

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