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DIY HALLOWEEN COSTUMES – USING CARDBOARD!

‘Tis the season for gourds, ghouls, and grande pumpkin spice lattes…but the spookiest part of fall is being without a costume on Halloween! Check out our round-up of DIY costumes, and get some ideas on how to recycle any cardboard or boxes you’ve got around the house. With a little imagination you can put […]

HURRICANE PREPAREDNESS LIST TO GET READY FOR MATTHEW

With Hurricane Matthew approaching fast, we know that our community is worried about protecting their properties and families. Living on the coast, we all know it’s always better to listen to the weather advisory and be ready, so we at Sorensen have started a list of things you might want to grab. Some […]

FINDING A REPTUABLE LOCAL MOVING COMPANY

finding reputable movers Find a local moving company that’s right for you!

A good deal of the stress caused by moving starts with finding the right moving company. When you start your search for a reputable and local moving company, it’s important […]

MOVING FOR WORK? QUESTIONS TO ASK

moving for work

With so many variables to consider (i.e. financial differences, social imbalance and your general happiness factor) moving for work is not a decision to make lightly. We know that saying goodbye to the familiar and starting over is hard. The […]

HELPFUL REMINDERS WHEN MOVING WITH PETS

moving with pets Consider these ideas when moving with pets!

Pets significantly contribute to our emotional health and wellbeing, so as responsible owners, it’s important to plan and research about how we can keep them safe, happy, and anxiety-free during a move! There’s a lot of […]

HELPFUL TIPS WHEN MOVING IN WITH SOMEONE

moving in with someone Communication is key when moving in with someone!

Moving in with someone is a whole new experience that, for some, may seem a little frightening. The thought of sharing a space, losing alone time, having open discussions about money, and witnessing people’s otherwise unknown habits, could make anyone hesitant to start living […]

TIPS TO PROPERLY PREPARE ITEMS FOR STORAGE

Packing for a move can be challenging, especially when you need to do a few extra things to prepare items and boxes for storage. We wanted to offer these tips to help you properly pack up your items for placement into short, or long-term storage.

Whether your belongings will be in storage […]

TIPS TO STAY COOL MENTALLY AND PHYSICALLY WHILE MOVING

stay-cool-when-moving-in-summer

As discussed in our last post (Summer Time Moving with Children), May through August are considered to be the busy months of moving. Children are out of school, there’s a smaller chance of hitting holiday traffic on the roads and, […]

SUMMERTIME MOVING WITH CHILDREN

Ok, we’ve all heard that summer vacation is typically considered the prime time of year to move if you have children. However there are a lot of factors to consider, and it’s easy to be overwhelmed by the question, “is this what’s best for my kid(s)?” We hope to start a discussion this week on […]

MOVING WITH CHILDREN : ADJUSTMENT IDEAS FOR THEIR AGE GROUP

 In our last article released June 1, Helpful Tips When Moving With Children, we presented some ideas on how to make the transition of moving to a new home easier on your kiddos.  The positive response was overwhelming!  You asked for more on how moving might affect children of […]