April 9th, 2013 - 9:36 AM
Home Search 101
Looking a new home is a big deal. A home is not just walls and doors; it’s a place where you and your family make memories and spend time together. Whether you’re moving locally or moving long distance, I have some great tips, resources, and advice to assist in your home property search. Let’s begin.
Helpful resources for how to find a home
April 8th, 2013 - 10:04 AM
I Need Boxes: How do I find boxes online?
April 8th, 2013 - 8:16 AM
How much does moving from California cost?
Now that you’re thinking about moving away from California, the rest of the U.S. is at your fingertips! But before you can take on your next adventure, you’ve got to actually move your belongings to your new state of choice. And as you know, moving long distance costs money. So, how much does it cost to move out of California and on to your new home? Let’s take a look at the costs together.
The cost of moving out of California – Who you move with
April 7th, 2013 - 1:08 PM
What you need to know about long distance moving
You’ve got a lot to get done before moving day, so the thought of moving long distance can be very overwhelming. Take a deep breath and relax because I have the inside scoop on long distance moves. Below you’ll find everything you want to know, from cost, your moving options, and tips to what to expect, how to plan, and so much more. Ready? Let’s get moving!
Preparing for a long distance move
April 6th, 2013 - 11:21 AM
Moving into college for the first time
Will you be a freshman moving to college for the first time this year? If so, I have some valuable tips and info you’ll need for move-in day! Let’s begin.
Find out what’s there. Will your college provide a microwave or mini-fridge, or are those things you will have to supply yourself? You may not want to bring a TV if there are no cable hookups. Finding out what’s available before you move in will help you not waste space when you start packing for the move.
April 6th, 2013 - 11:19 AM
Kids and Divorce: Moving
Going through a divorce can not only be a stressful time on you, but on your children, too. As you are going through the divorce, you and your spouse will talk about your kids and their living arrangements. Here at U-Pack, we move people long distance who are dealing with all sorts of life situations, including divorce. So today, let’s take a closer look at how to deal with divorce and moving with children. Follow these helpful tips to ensure a smooth transition for both you and your kids.
Divorce and moving with children tips
April 5th, 2013 - 9:43 AM
I need an internship – how do I find one?
An internship is a great way to gain real-life experience before committing to a certain field of study. Take it from someone who has had several internships – the experience you gain can really help in the “real world!” Whether you’re a student, college grad, or just looking for a career change, I’ve got some great info, advice, and tips on how to find an internship. Let’s take a look.
April 4th, 2013 - 9:42 AM
What is the tax deadline for 2013?
Each year from January to April, Americans experience the fifth season of the year – tax season. If you’re asking yourself “When are income taxes due?” We’ve researched and found the answer, just keep reading!
According the IRS, your 2012 Federal Tax Return is due by April 15, 2013. However, each state has a different income tax due date.
April 3rd, 2013 - 12:18 PM
How does Budget compare to similar moving companies?
If you’re planning a long distance move and thinking about using Budget®, this blog post will help you compare Budget services to similar self-moving services and “you pack, they drive” moving services like U-Pack®, where you can pay a rate similar to truck rental but you don’t have to drive. Keep reading to find out what companies compare to Budget truck rental.
April 2nd, 2013 - 11:18 AM
April Fools’ 2013 Roundup
I’m not sure if your kids pranked you on April 1, but if you logged on to Google or any number of sites, you likely fell victim to their online April Fools’ Jokes. Here are the best April Fools’ jokes online this year.
Google Nose – Touted as a “new scentsation in search,” Google Nose will allow you to smell your searches. While smells like “wet dog” and “horse manure” don’t sound appealing, the thought of “lemon” or “daisies” might be more pleasant.