Books hold a wealth of knowledge and entertainment for those who are willing to read them, but all of that enjoyment can get heavy when it is time to move. With e-readers and digital ways to obtain information, why are people still holding on so tightly to their books? Perhaps it is the nostalgia or because they just prefer holding an actual book and reading off of a real page, but booklovers everywhere should beware: moving books is often not friendly ...
Moving is one of the more stressful times in people’s lives, yet according to the United States Census Bureau, 14.19% of Americans do so annually. On average, Americans move 11.7 times in their lifetimes!
In 2017, only 11% of the US population moved. This is the lowest moving rate since the Census Bureau began tracking it in 1948—a year which saw more than 20% of the population relocate.*
Moving to a new home doesn’t always mean moving very far, though. Most movers never ...
Although so much of the “American Dream” has involved acquiring things, the “tidying up” trend has taken over. No longer is a growing mass of possessions — clothes, gadgets, collections — indicative of social standing. Instead minimalism is the new luxury.
WHO IS “MINIMALISM” FOR?
Good design isn’t cheap. Whether it’s an iPhone or an angora sweater, a KitchenAid mixer, or boots made from hand-tooled leather, items that are built to last require an investment.
There’s a certain kind of circular disadvantage associated with ...
Resolutions come with the territory as the calendar changes to January 1st. Most of us make a resolution or vow to break bad habits (and create new ones), but not all of us see them through to the end of the year. It happens!
The good news is, we’ve compiled some suggestions so that the new year is nothing but smooth moving for you.
10 ideas to help you navigate 2019 and come out ahead!
Exercise and physical activity are a great ...
Moving: An American Adventure
“Home is where the heart is.”
“Bloom where you are planted.”
At T-N-T Moving Systems, we know that these sayings can reassure those of us that are moving. They identify that no matter where you may be physically, comfort and growth can be found anywhere. The people and things you care about or care for are what make a house a home. And wherever you are planted or replanted, you can flourish. The American spirit for adventure and exploration continues ...