Submitted by Walter Whal on Thu, 06/23/2016 - 11:40am
Settling into a new office after a corporate relocation can be daunting. Whether you're relocating from or to Boise, a move can upset your daily work routine and make life that much more complicated. The first week or so is a crucial time of getting to know your new space, introducing yourself to co-workers, and settling in. Here are our tips for making the transition smoother.
Submitted by Walter Whal on Fri, 06/10/2016 - 9:50am
With the proliferation of the internet and other communication technologies, it has become more common for companies to have a global reach with offices around the world. This kind of global economy has strengthened opportunities for many businesses, and data shows that many companies relocate employees every year to foreign countries.
Is your business planning to relocate a Boise employee to a foreign country soon? There are a few steps you can take to make this transition easier on everyone. Here are our tips.
Submitted by Walter Whal on Fri, 05/20/2016 - 10:32am
A successful move requires many things to go just right, but where most of us feel the most stressed and anxious is in packing things perfectly. Even in a best case scenario, where everything is orderly and easy to put into cardboard boxes, there is worry involved--but that's nothing compared to the stress of packing something unusual. What are you going to do with your aquarium? What about the chandelier? Don't worry; just relax, take a deep breath, and let our expert movers provide some out-of-the-box advice (no pun intended).
Submitted by Walter Whal on Fri, 05/06/2016 - 12:47pm
There are certain things in life that we just can't do alone. A house couldn't be built by just one person. A big company couldn't run with just one employee. A film could not be made with just a director--unless, of course, the director could play every character, film every shot, and play every instrument in an entire orchestra for the soundtrack. There are plenty of things in life that we just can't do alone, and moving is certainly one of them.
Submitted by Walter Whal on Thu, 03/17/2016 - 12:23pm
Living in an apartment is a lot different than living anywhere else. Almost every aspect of living itself is somehow altered by being in an apartment. Take, for example, organization. Organizing things in a house is often straightforward; there are numerous rooms, each set aside for its own specific purpose and use, and organization is usually as simple as deciding which objects belong in which specific area. However, in an apartment, things are different: you have less space to work with and less definition of the space you do have.
Submitted by Walter Whal on Fri, 03/04/2016 - 11:11am
We have long-since agreed that moving is a stressful undertaking. In fact, we've agreed so thoroughly that moving is now widely considered to be one of the most stressful things one can do in life. However, what we are still not sure about is which part of moving is the most challenging. Is it the packing process? The home-buying and home-selling process? The cross-town, cross-country, cross-world travel to get from your old life to your new life? It's hard to pinpoint exactly which part is most stressful, simply because each new part seems the most stressful.
Submitted by Walter Whal on Wed, 02/17/2016 - 11:03am
Kids and adventures go hand-in-hand. It is an uncommon relationship, though--what a child considers to be an adventure is very different from what an adult considers to be an adventure. Why? Well, the truth is, everything is still new to kids, so discovering all that the world has to offer--even if that means going to a new park or eating at a fun restaurant--is a true adventure. This puts children in a unique position when it comes to big life events. Things that adults consider to be big adventures are, if possible, even bigger to the kids. Take moving, for example.
Submitted by Walter Whal on Thu, 02/04/2016 - 10:07am
In a lot of ways, moving is kind of like baking. You have to have all the right ingredients lined up before you even begin; you wouldn't want to use the wrong kind of tape, or hire the wrong movers, or the entire recipe will fail. Next, you have to have a well-organized to-do list, because in both baking and moving, having a strong plan is crucial to success. Skipping one step or doing two tasks in the wrong order could cause chaos. Finally, you need patience, trust, and a little bit of help.
Submitted by Walter Whal on Wed, 01/06/2016 - 2:16pm
The process of moving is kind of like a story. It has a beginning, a middle, and an end; it has a cast of characters with a goal; and, sometimes, it even has an antagonist--although in this case, that villain is probably just packing peanuts or cardboard boxes. Your moving story begins when you decide to move, choose a new home, and make it official. The middle, however, is where things get interesting.
Submitted by Walter Whal on Fri, 12/18/2015 - 3:50pm
It's generally agreed that moving—whether across town, across the country, or across the world—is a difficult endeavor. However, aside from the packing peanuts and the tape and the moving boxes, the struggle to settle down in an entirely new city is its own kind of stressful. Only after you step foot out of your old town do you start to appreciate the things you took for granted. Before a move, you know your town. You know how to get anywhere. You know which roads to avoid at certain times of the day. You know which parks have the nicest trees.