What Not To Put In The Moving Truck

Moving day can be stressful and long, even when everything goes smoothly. However, in the worst-case scenario, your belongings can become damaged while in transit, and you may find yourself digging through boxes to find an item that you suddenly and desperately need. In order to prevent either of these situations, or a number of similar situations, from occurring, there are a few things that you should not pack in the moving truck.

How Should You Store Certain Sensitive Or Hazardous Items During A Move?

If you're in the process of selling your home and moving to a new city, you may be confounded by the logistics of financing a new home while selling an old home all with enough time to move your belongings in between. Often, the easiest solution is to rent a small apartment and store your furniture and other large household belongings in a storage unit while you wait for the settlement of your home sale and spend time searching for the perfect home.

5 Advantages Of A Screenwriter Using A Storage Space For Writing

Having a career as a screenwriter means that you are likely doing a lot of work at home, but it's usually not the most productive space. Renting an office can cost a lot of money, but luckily there is a more affordable middle ground. As a screenwriter, you have the option of renting a self storage unit for an ideal writing space. It may not be the same as a traditional office, but there are numerous advantages to choosing this space for your writing needs.

Deciphering The US Health Insurance System

Individuals moving from Canada to the United States have a lot to figure out before they leave, including how to obtain a visa, how to transport their belongings and where to live. One of the most baffling aspects of moving to the U.S., however, is deciphering its health insurance laws, especially after the passing of the Affordable Care Act in 2010.  The following are some of the most important questions about health insurance Canadians, or international movers, moving to the U.