Southern charm and a rich history steeped in tradition. Home of Atlanta United, the Falcons, the Hawks and the Braves. Birthplace of the soft drink giant, Coca-Cola. Fresh off the farm pecans and peaches.
No other city in the world except Atlanta, Georgia has all this to offer and so much more.
Moving during the holiday season means additional stress during an already hectic time of the year. No one wants to move during the holiday season but, sometimes, it is unavoidable. The holidays and moving can be physically and emotionally draining. Experiencing both these events simultaneously will take significant preparation and organization. Maintaining a routine may be difficult, but is necessary, especially if you have children. They will be excited about the upcoming holidays and nervous about moving. Continue reading
When you envision living with your significant other, everyone pictures the perfect scenario. You may imagine mornings sipping coffee together, afternoons re-decorating your home or evenings spent killing zombies on the Xbox. The idea of seeing the same person’s face every morning when you wake up and every night before you go to sleep fills you with contentment and joy. Continue reading
Thinking of moving? You have a lot to prepare, and, depending on the size of your house and the amount of stuff you would like to move, days of work are ahead of you. Continue reading
Atlanta is a city of vibrant, distinct neighborhoods that are home to its 460,000 inhabitants. Peachtree Street winds its way through the heart of this sprawling city, passing graceful southern mansions sheltering in the shade of broad-leaved trees and cool hipster hangouts full of characterful coffee shops and quirky restaurants. There are Victorian mansions bordering generous parks, modern high-rises peopled by renting young professionals, and renovated 1920s Craftsman bungalows housing young families. Continue reading
Moving is among the top life stressors, along with divorce, the death of a loved one, and losing your job. Add to that the stress of planning a move during the busiest time of the year, and you have a recipe for disaster. Continue reading
Whether you are a native to a hot weather or cold weather area, or even somewhere in between, transitioning from one climate to another can be a jarring process. For some, an increase in elevation can lead to altitude sickness; for others, stepping outside in a high-humidity area can be a biological shock. No matter where you decide to move, it is crucial to be prepared for what you’re about to be walking into.
The best part of fall (aside from pumpkin spice everything!) is the change that starts to creep over the mountains and forests as the leaves begin to turn colors. If you live in Georgia or you’re planning on relocating to Georgia, you’re in for some of the most spectacular fall scenery in the country. This is your chance to explore some of the most beautiful autumn landscapes right in the mountainous areas of North Georgia. Continue reading
So, your house move is around the corner and there is a lot to think about. When you’re downsizing, there is even more to think about. There can be many reasons for wanting to downsize. People do it because they need to free up finances, they decide to move in with somebody else, they can’t manage the size of property they currently have, etc. The why is not important, but if you’re going from a large space to a smaller one, you’re going to have to make some decisions. Before hiring a professional moving service to transport all your belongings, follow these steps to make your downsizing experience as easy and as quick possible: Continue reading
Sick of heavy traffic, busy sidewalks, and slow crosswalk signals ruining your run? Get off the pavement, hit some of Atlanta’s most popular trails for runners, and take your jogging experience to the next level. There are so many amazing trails to choose from all around Atlanta, from winding, steep elevations through lush state and national parks to more recently developed paved trails crisscrossing the city. Continue reading