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Lead Your Employees Through A Stress-free Move

Gaining a competitive advantage in today’s marketplace means adapting—constantly changing to meet the disruptive evolution of business. For many organizations, keeping pace with change means moving offices.

Relocating a business is tough because there are a lot of moving parts and people. Plus, productivity must be sustained despite the enormous upheaval.

If you’re a member of your company’s relocation committee, this article offers concrete steps for enhancing communication, coordination, and managing the move objectives with department teams.

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How to Safely Move Firearms

Firearms are a hot-button topic surrounded by a lot of emotions. Many people choose not to talk about them if they don’t have to, which makes it difficult to find advice.

There’s no judgement here. Your political and social views are your own—you just need help solving a problem. You’re making a local or interstate move, and you need to safely take your firearms with you.

People own firearms for many reasons. There are the first-to-mind reasons such as self-defense, home protection, and hunting. People also own guns for sentimental or investment purposes, and they’re subject to the same laws as everyone else.

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How to Move With Pets

Uprooting yourself and moving long distance, or locally, is an overwhelming and sometimes disorienting event. There’s so much to think about and keep track of, it’s important to make time to help your pets transition.

Most pets, like cats and dogs, are territorial by nature, which means they are instinctually connected to your house, yard, neighborhood, and everywhere else they roam. The connection to the actual house is strongest in indoor house cats, as you might imagine.

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How To Move Back Home

Moving back in with your parents is never easy.

Maybe you’ve had a taste of living on your own at college, or you may have been on your own until your circumstances took an unfortunate turn. Whatever the reason, feel blessed that your folks are able (and willing) to let you crash with them, again.

In your mind, the perfect plan is to just throw everything in boxes and move it in a rented van. Even if that’s the way you moved out, you owe it to yourself to move back in wiser and more mature. Managing your move like an adult will also make you feel more in control of your situation, despite being back in your old room.

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Best Advice For Moving In A Snowstorm

Moving in the winter has many advantages.

Moving companies aren’t typically busy, which means you can pay less for professional movers. If your move takes place around a summer destination spot, like the Toms River area, you can avoid summer traffic. Plus, even moving companies for small moves will have extra movers on hand and schedule your exact pick-up and delivery times.

The one major winter moving drawback that you can’t control is the weather. A major snowstorm can completely derail a moving day.

But, even though no one can stop a snowstorm from coming, everyone moving in the winter can prepare for the worst and hope for the best.

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