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If you have wine or liquor to move to your new home, it's a good idea to ensure the bottles are properly packed so that you don't lose any of your stock. While it may seem simple to move, bottles can break easily if not packed well. This guide can also be used to ship your wine or alcohol across the country or fly it to another location.

If you don't have too much to move or if your wine or liquor is valuable and you want to make sure nothing breaks during the move, I suggest purchasing a specialty wine shipping box. Most couriers will sell them, in particular if you live in a wine region like I do.

Wine boxes are available in different sizes that will hold either 6 bottles or 12. Included in the box are Styrofoam dividers that keep the bottles in place while protecting them from bumping against one another.

If you're not worried about shipping your wine or bottles of alcohol, then save some money by buying cell boxes - moving boxes that have cardboard dividers to separate the bottles. You can either purchase cell boxes or visit your local liquor store to pick up free boxes. Unlike used boxes that you might get from a grocery store, used liquor boxes are usually clean and sturdy.

If you're moving yourself, make sure you place liquor boxes on the moving truck bed's floor rather than stacking them on top of furniture or other boxes. Not only are they heavy and can damage other stuff if they fall, but also break even though you packed each box really well.

Just be smart about how you load the truck and your wine and alcohol will arrive safely.
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IKEA interior kitchens organizers let you keep everything organized, in its place and out of sight! They fit perfectly in your cabinets, come in a variety of colors and styles and keep all your kitchen spices and supplies right at your fingertips.
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Packing hacks to save your sanity.
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Don’t Be Afraid to Introduce Yourself to Your New Neighbors

So you just moved and are itching to meet some new people. The best place to start is with your neighbors. Having a neighbor you can trust can come in handy for many reasons. From having a person to hang out with to having someone to collect your mail while you’re on vacation, getting to know your neighbors can come with some worthwhile benefits. Here are some tips to getting to know your neighbors better:

Be Bold: Just go straight up to your neighbor’s door, give it a good knock, and introduce yourself. Like pulling off a band aid in one quick motion, getting to know your neighbors right away is easier than doing in slowly over time. It might feel awkward at first, but it will be worthwhile once done.

Be Inviting: If you plan on having a little housewarming party, don’t forget to invite your neighbors. This will help seal your neighborly bond.

Be Available: Even if you’ve already met your neighbors, don’t be afraid to chit chat with them every once in a while. This will keep the relationship fresh and current.

Be Inclusive: Maybe you’re walking your dog, or maybe you’re doing some gardening- whatever it is you’re doing, if you see that your neighbors share a similar interest, don’t be afraid to strike up a conversation with them about that interest. Maybe even invite them along to share in a particular activity that involves that shared interest.
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Moving an office is complicated. With so many things to do, it’s easy to overlook smaller, yet vital, tasks. To keep your office move on track, use the following checklist guide that will ensure nothing is left undone.

Also go through out easy checklist of essential tasks to help your office move.
https://www.thespruce.com/who-to-notify-when-moving-offices-2436139

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10 Packing Hacks For Your Next Move.
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Easy packing tip.
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What to clean before moving out of your rent home.
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Moving day is always chaotic no matter how well organized you are or how many people are helping out. It's the only day when you'll be both moving out and moving in all within the same twenty-four hour period. It's stressful. It's complex. But we're here to help ease the stress, to remind you of things you need to do, and to provide information so you'll know exactly what to expect when moving day arrives.
https://www.thespruce.com/moving-day-tasks-and-tips-2435793

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Most people probably typically don’t think of packing for a move as something that can be fun, but why not? Wouldn’t that make it more bearable? We are going to provide you with a few fun tips to help make packing up your house more fun and colorful by using colorful labels!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WOQjBHfufKM
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