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Helping Your Kids To Adjust To Change

When we found out that we were going to be moving to a new country for my husband's job, I could tell that my kids were more than a little freaked out. We talked with them at length about the transition, but they were really apprehensive about accepting the change. However, after we talked with a few other parents who had been through the same thing, we learned great coping mechanisms that would help them. We showed them pictures of our new place, and explained interesting local customs. After awhile, they started to warm up to the idea. My blog is about helping you to teach your kids to adjust to change, so that they aren't left struggling with a difficult transition.



Moving Soon? Get A Few Things Before You Start Packing To Avoid Pain And Injury

Moving to a new home, whether it is in another neighborhood, city, or state, takes a lot of work. While you may be fine with hiring professional movers to take care of loading, driving, and unloading, you may want to handle everything related to packing to save some money on the total moving costs. It is easy to jump right into the process by starting with items that you do not intend on using until after the move. Read More 

Tips For Storing Electronics

Whether it's a big screen TV, a computer, or an electronic keyboard, proper storage is the key to making sure your electronics are still in good working order when it comes time to retrieve them from your unit. Electronics require a few more special storage considerations compared to other items. The following tips can help you store them correctly. Tip #1: Manage the temperature and the moisture Heat is the main enemy of an electronic item, since it can cause components inside to warp or corrode. Read More