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Creating A Stronger Workflow

The last time you moved, how did everything go? If you are like most people, there might have been a few things you wish you could go back and change. It isn't always easy to completely streamline something as large scale as moving, but with the right focus, you can make things a lot easier. I wanted to make things better in my own life when I found out I was moving, so I started doing some research. I learned so much that I decided to create a blog all about creating a stronger workflow during a relocation situation. I hope you enjoy it!

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Moving A Piano Without Damaging It Or Injuring Yourself

If you own a piano and you need to move, then you know you have your work cut out for you. Moving the piano will be even more complicated for you if you have never moved since you bought it. Use the following tips to ensure your lack of piano-moving experience doesn't derail the process: Know How to Lift Heavy Items Safely Pianos are heavy, and lifting heavy items is risky, you can drop the item and damage it, drop it on your feet, or injure your back while trying to lift it off the floor. Read More 

The Time Has Finally Come: How To Move Your Aging Parents Into A Smaller Home

There comes a time when aging parents need to be moved into new housing. That's usually around the time when children realize that their parents can no longer care for themselves. That doesn't necessarily mean that they need to move into an assisted living facility, but it does mean that they need to move into a home – or apartment – that is easier to care for. It might even mean that it's time for parents to move in with their adult children. Read More