Finding a Doctor When You Are New in Town

Finding New Healthcare Feels Challenging With moving comes an abundance of other changes that we may not be prepared for until the time comes. One of the major switches people who are moving must make is find a new health care provider. Whether this is a pediatrician for children or a primary care doctor for […]

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A collection of great tips for yard and garage sales

As you prepare to move most of us like to think of getting rid of some of the extra treasure we have accumulated over time.  We found a collection of great tips to ensure your yard or garage sale is a successful effort. Yard sales are in full swing now in Minnesota.  Some great deals […]

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Spring Cleaning Brings the Opportunity for Decluttering

Are you feeling the need to seriously declutter this spring?  Perhaps you are planning a move or maybe just staying in place.  We found some great resources to attack decluttering with a vengeance. Marni Jameson brings together 20 Tips to Declutter Your Home in a recent AARP article. She recommends starting in the attic and […]

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Spring In The Twin Cities

One of our favorite topics to tell you about are all the great things happening in the Twin Cities region at special times throughout the year.  Spring is always special because it marks the beginning of the outdoor activities season.  The Twin Cities and Minnesota have so much to offer. If you happen to be […]

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5 Tips For Moving Your Houseplants

Moving can take a toll on your houseplants. They tend to be more sensitive to climate, the elements and changes in their surroundings. Follow these simple tips to help them make the move successfully. Protect them – professional florists and nurseries use sleeves made of paper, foil or thin plastic to protect the foliage and […]

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Pack Your Kitchen Like A Pro

The kitchen is one room in your house that requires extra attention during a move. From fine china, crystal and ceramic to coffee makers, mixers and cutlery, these items need to be packed properly to protect them during the move. If you are planning the do-it-yourself approach to packing, follow these packing tips for getting […]

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Tax Tips For Homeowners

If we moved you in 2015, thank you for your business! Now that we are in the middle of tax season, it’s a good time to look at some ways to get the most out of that move on your taxes.  Whether you sold your home or bought your first one, don’t miss out on […]

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5 Tips For Tackling Your Interstate Move

When it comes to moving your life to another state, the first thought that comes to mind might be how to save money.  Second is how to make the move as easy as possible. Whether you are moving into a large home or an apartment, the list of moving expenses and to-do’s is lengthy. We’ve […]

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6 Overlooked Tasks When Moving Your Business

The primary reasons for moving your business might include workforce issues, to reach new markets, to upgrade or expand facilities, to lower costs, or quality of life considerations. Whatever your reason for moving, you know there is a lot to do. In our last article, we talked about the critical task of taking care of […]

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Moving Your Business? Don’t Forget Your Customers!

Moving your business is a major undertaking.  Finding a suitable location, changing all the utilities, calling Good Stuff Movers, packing files and furnishings. The to-do list seems endless. Sometimes the most important task can get overlooked in the chaos – taking care of your customers. Managing their expectations will make your move easier for you […]

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