Moving isn’t an easy task during the best of times. But when you add a global crisis like the coronavirus, it’s bound to cause more challenges. These tips are designed to help you reduce the risks and stress if you’re moving during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
With colleges and universities across the country closing dormitories to slow the spread of the COVID-19 virus, these college moving and storage tips will help you stay safe, find the best deals, and simplify the process during this challenging time.
On the western edge of Queens, Long Island City — or LIC, as the locals call it — is just a stone’s throw from midtown Manhattan, but boasts lower rents and a less chaotic pace. Want to learn more? Read our guide to moving to Long Island City, Queens.
At some point, many New Yorkers get tired of shelling out big bucks for a tiny studio in a crowded building and start thinking about moving out of the city. One option that’s been gaining in popularity among those looking to live in an NYC suburb and keep working in Manhattan is Hoboken, New Jersey. Always wondered what Hoboken is really like? Read our guide to find out.
Refresh any space in your home with an easy DIY project. From a fun and practical chalkboard wall to using paint as a budget-friendly way to upgrade flooring, get your creativity flowing with these top DIY home improvement projects anyone can tackle.
Thinking about renting a truck to make your move? From figuring out the proper size to checking long-distance costs, these tips will help when you’re shopping for the best moving truck rental for you.
Thinking about moving to the Bronx, NY? One of NYC’s five boroughs, The Bronx makes an excellent choice — with a veritable melting pot of world cultures and New York City pride that runs deep. Read our Bronx Neighborhood Guide to find the best part of the borough for you.