6 Ways Tetris Prepares You for a Long Distance Move

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Preparing for a long distance move? Hopefully, you’ve played a lot of Tetris! Even if you haven’t played Tetris, you’re probably aware of it. It’s the game that requires you to fit together a random assortment of seven items — each with a different shape composed of four blocks — as efficiently as possible. The […]

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4 Tips for Moving Your Classic Car Long Distance

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You’re in love with your classic car and will settle for nothing than the best conditions for its long distance move from your current home to your new one. That’s understandable. Whether we’re talking a red-and-white 1966 Shelby 427 Cobra, orange 1970 Plymouth Road Runner, or another envy-inducing marvel of automotive engineering, these works of […]

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7 Tips For Families Facing A Military Move

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Members of the military wear the uniforms. But in many ways, their spouses and children serve alongside them. This is especially true when a family faces a military move as the result of a transfer. That’s also known as a permanent change of station or PCS. With all the activity a move requires, PCS could also […]

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5 Ways to Bravely Face a Long-Distance Move

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Long-distance moves aren’t for the faint of heart. Packing up everything you own and relocating to an entirely new state — or even a new country — is a tall order even for the bravest among us. That’s likely one of the reasons long-distance moves don’t happen often. Americans moving between states accounted for a […]

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Bon Voyage: 6 Tips for Moving Abroad

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Moving to a new country is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. And like other once-in-a-lifetime opportunities, it can be stressful and complicated. The following 6 tips will help you settle things in the U.S. and having you saying “Bonjour!” in no time. 1. Look at the cost of living difference The romantic in us may credit love […]

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