Archive | May, 2014

Moving? Consider Donating Your Food

Moving? Consider Donating Your Food

Moving?  Consider donating your food.  When you move, there are few things you simply can’t take with you, especially when moving greater distances.  These include some cleaning supplies, aerosol containers and flammable materials.  However,the most overlooked is food.  Whether you pack it yourself or have a professional move you, you will have to clean out … [Continue Reading]

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Moving? Here are 5 Ways to Protect Your Identity

Moving?  Here are five ways to protect your identity.  Identity thieves know exactly how to identify vulnerabilities and target weak spots in your security, and when you’re moving to a new residence, you’re more vulnerable than you might think. You’re more likely to leave sensitive documents lying around. Personal correspondence might not get rerouted to … [Continue Reading]

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Moving to College or University

Moving to college or university?  Graduation is around the corner and many of our high school seniors are about to embark on college and university.  It is a spectacular time.  Time of independence, excitement and some apprehension.  As those acceptance letters arrive, I can’t emphasize the importance of visiting the campus before making your decision. … [Continue Reading]

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Moving Abroad? Six Ways to Lower Your Kids’ Anxiety

Moving abroad?  Here are six ways to lower your kid’s anxiety. Perhaps Buckaroo Banzai said it best with “Wherever you go, there you are.” Becoming an expatriate requires some adaption and flexibility, but can be especially challenging for children. In the end, parents play the biggest role in helping ease the anxiety and sense of disruption for … [Continue Reading]

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