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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.



5 Tips For Moving In The Wintertime

Moving is never a fun event, but it can be especially frustrating during the winter. Weather conditions, like ice and snow, can definitely make your move more difficult. That is why it is important to be extra prepared. Here are five helpful tips for moving in the wintertime: Don't Pack Winter Supplies When you are packing your belongings, remember to leave your winter supplies out. It is a wise idea to keep items, like an ice scraper, shovel and salt in the car with you. Read More 

Use Your RV As Your Winter Residence? Here’s How To Safely Store It During The Summer

If you've decided to join the ranks of the many snowbirds who use an RV for their winter residence, you're probably also going to be leaving it in storage each summer. If you are, you'll need to take some special precautions to prevent damage during those warm months in storage. Now that winter is just about over, it's time to get your RV ready for storage. If this will be your first time closing your RV for the summer, here are four suggestions for avoiding problems. Read More