Have you been aware of the fact that moving is one of the biggest bank-breaking events in your life? Perhaps it doesn’t sound like something that costs a lot. However, do take the time to add up the costs of buying or renting a new home, moving and storage expenses and settling into a new environment. You’ll quickly realize that moving can easily cost an arm and a leg. And once you decide to move long-distance, you might get cold feet about the entire relocation experience. Try not to worry, though. There are ways to prepare your long-distance moving budget that will help you save a great deal of your money. All you need to do is read through some of the most useful tips and tricks when it comes to cutting down on your moving expenses. Continue reading “How to prepare your long-distance moving budget”
When moving, many people are overwhelmed by so many questions. And that is only normal, especially if they face all the moving-related problems for the first time. Those questions could be regarding the budget or the exact time for moving out. If you happen to be in New York and you are planning to leave to another place, then you’re perhaps wondering about the cheapest time to relocate from NYC. And while this question is of great importance, it is also important to stay calm while moving and try to avoid as much stress as possible. Continue reading “When is the cheapest time to relocate from NYC”
Moving to NYC. It sounds like a great idea. It really does. However, it isn’t as simple as it sounds. There are just so many things that you will have to consider before finally relocating. Have you found a job in NYC yet? And is there a school your kids will love? Do you know anyone in the Big Apple? Where to move? Manhattan is just too expensive. Queens doesn’t sound like a place where you can raise your kids. But, how about Brooklyn? It does sound like a good place to start over. And it sounds even better once you think about it. However, that means one more thing that needs to be taken care of. You need to start thinking about buying your first home in Brooklyn. And that is why we are here today. So – let’s dive in!
Moving to Brooklyn should be exciting! After all, New York is the best city in the world. Who doesn’t dream of living here? But buying your first apartment or house can be daunting. And doing it in one of the most competitive real estate markets in the world is even scarier. We don’t blame you for being terrified. That’s why we’ve put together a few useful tips for first-time home buyers in Brooklyn. These handy tricks will help you feel more prepared, comfortable and at ease with buying your first home. Continue reading “Tips for First-Time Home Buyers in Brooklyn”
Moving to a new city can be intimidating. Especially if you don’t have a job waiting for you. With all the moving preparation, you probably didn’t have enough time to think about it. But now, when you’ve arrived, it’s time to start looking for a job. And in today’s job market, it’s not that simple to find a decent job easily. You need to find the right job for you, prepare for it and do really well on the interview. One way in which you can increase your chances of finding a good job is to improve your job interview performance. It will put you ahead of other candidates. And it can land you a pretty good salary that will go a long way in a new city. Continue reading “Tips to Improve Your Job Interview Performance”
Are you getting ready to move anytime soon? Anyone who has ever moved knows just how much work a relocation can be. And if you’ve already started getting ready, then you must be starting to realize that moving causes a list of obligations that sometimes seem endless. But don’t worry just yet. There are ways to prepare for this relocation properly and anxiety-free. All you need to do is start getting ready well in advance. And if your relocation is close, then start right away! How can you start? By making some to-do lists, of course. This is the best way to stay on track with what you’ve managed to complete and what remains to be completed. And one of those lists, believe it or not, should definitely be a pre-move measuring list. Yes, in order to move with ease, you need to do some measuring first. Continue reading “Pre-Move Measuring Checklist”
Whether you already live in Brooklyn or you are planning to move to NYC, you need a job in order to live comfortably in the Big Apple. But sometimes it’s not the full-time job that you are after. It’s possible that you already have a job, but want to make some extra money. Or that you have small children and can’t afford enough time for a full-time job. This is why you must be looking for part time jobs in Brooklyn. And in a city as large as NYC it’s not too difficult to find the right job opportunity. You just need to be patient and not to give up. The part-time job of your dreams will come your way sooner or later. Continue reading “Part time Jobs in Brooklyn”
So, you are thinking about moving. And you don’t even know where to start. No clue, whatsoever. On the other hand – you got some bad news. And they seem too bad at this point. Rainstorms are coming. And this all brings so much anxiety into your everyday life. How to handle this move? Can you even protect your belongings when moving during rainstorms? How to deal with all this stress? Can you prevent damage? It is all spinning. And you are not feeling all that good. Not at all. Well. don’t worry. Dorothy & Martha Moving NYC is a full service moving company that can help you every step of the way. And with pleasure. So, let’s dive in! Not literally – at least we hope so!
Whether you are a freelancer, or your job offers an option to work from home, you need to plan the layout of your home office. This means you must seriously consider some relevant factors. You may plan to just have a small corner for yourself in one part of your living room. Or you might have a whole room for your home office space. Regardless of how much space you have, you need to carefully consider the layout to make the most of it. It needs to be comfortable. And it needs to be inviting enough for you to be able to spend hours at a time there. So if you are ready to start planning, here are some guidelines for you to consider. Continue reading “How to plan the layout of your home office”
There’s nothing worse than realizing you’ve forgotten something important when moving. Of course, the dread rises the farther you move – conceivably, you could return for your item if you moved to the other side of the city, or to a neighboring city, or anywhere local moving. But moving interstate? That’s a lot of effort, and a lot of gas money or bus ticket. And right after moving, when everything is in chaos and you need to stay focused and unpack? That’s incredibly difficult to accomplish. So, ideally, you wouldn’t forget any of the things people forget when moving interstate – but just in case, think about making yourself a handy reminder. A checklist can do wonders if you utilize it right! So how do you do that? Continue reading “Things people forget when moving interstate”