Do you like perusing antique stores for hours? Does the feeling when you stumble upon the greatest find ever thrill you? Do you prefer to decorate with old lamps and vintage furniture? Then this is for you.
No matter if you’re new to antiquing or if you’re a seasoned pro, there are tips and suggestions that can make your experience more efficient, enjoyable and successful.
The company, which has been helping veterans and the military among other citizens in need for more than 50 years, recently launched a new website — DonateStuff.com — where you can now request pre-paid UPS shipping bags to send unwanted clothing, accessories, shoes or linens from anywhere you live in the US, free of charge.
Military families are called upon to make a lot of sacrifices to help keep our country safe. One of the most common and time-consuming sacrifices is moving to a new duty station. With all this moving, many military families are more likely to have property damaged or lost during the move.
The National Military Family Association found that nearly 70 percent of families have had a problem with damaged goods during their last PCS. Nearly a quarter of those with damage decided not to file a claim because they missed the deadline or found the claims process too complicated.
Selling a house with a messy interior or unkempt exterior isn’t easy. No matter how sturdy, secure or cozy a house is, it needs to look nice to draw attention and get offers from prospective buyers. When military families are on the move, staging the home for open houses can become an afterthought.
Follow these tips to ensure your home is ready to show.
Only scammers lack the scruples to take military families’ possessions.
Moving companies scam military families by loading up everything they intend to move to their new home, and then demanding a higher price than they’d quoted for the military family’s goods to be delivered. As nice as it’d be for every scammer to get caught, it just won’t happen. Here are some steps you can take to ensure you employ honest movers.
Although the majority of PCS orders are given in the warmer months of the year, many military families are saddled with the additional stress of moving in the winter.
Whether you’re trying a DITY move or a more traditional PCS move, moving in the winter presents unique problems that you need to be prepared to handle.
Here are some great tips to make sure you get where you’re supposed to be safely.