Thursday, March 23, 2017

Moving Guide for Single Parents

Moving is often a complicated process for anyone, but when you’re raising children on your own, it can really get tough. Tez adds some expert advice for this article by Goodcall. 


Moving Guide for Single Parents

Introduction

Moving is often a complicated process for anyone, but when you’re raising children on your own, it can really get tough.

You’ll have one less set of hands for packing and lifting, and also be stuck making decisions on your own – like whether to hire movers or just rent a truck yourself. This guide can help make some of those decisions easier and help you tackle some of the unique issues that arise when moving with children.
You will also find printable checklists to keep you organized along the way. Use one or all of them to aid in planning, packing, picking a mover, loading the truck, and covering all your bases after the move. And check out the money-saving tips section for ways to make your move in a single-income household.
Some popular parenting bloggers have also joined us to provide some tips to make your life just a little easier during this hectic time. 

Planning Your Move

From sorting your belongings and selling what you no longer need to turning off the phone and internet before you leave, there’s a long list of things you’ll need to take care of.Once you know you’re definitely moving, it’s time to get organized. Moving preparation starts long before you start packing boxes.
Sometimes a new job can demand a quick turnaround, ideally you want a couple of months to plan (Read more)

GoodCall® created  checklists that should help you get your move in order. 
You can learn more about surviving as a single father in Tez's book the Single Dad Detour