Ah, St. Patrick’s Day! A time for silly green sweaters and spilling green beer on ourselves!
What’s that? You’re too busy moving to a new apartment to get your Irish on? Well take heart, lads and lassies, you can still celebrate St. Paddy’s! With these five tips for saving some green on your move while being greener along the way, you’ll be drinking in the An t-áadh na n Gael more than any of your fellow muckers heading out on the lash for a craic.
Anyway, you get the idea.
Question: Which of the following items is not allowed on a moving truck?
(b) Ficus tree
(c) Shoebox full of cash
The NFL’s recent announcement that they will relocate the San Diego Chargers franchise to Los Angeles was not the siren song you might have imagined for Southern Californian moving companies.
We know all too well how special four-legged friends are and what an important part of the family they quickly become. And because these charming creatures play such a vital role throughout our everyday lives, we usually are willing to do whatever it takes to make them feel comfortable in our homes.
Illustrations by Maddie Loftesnes
Tons of dogs and pets are moving across the country every day. Can you imagine it? Hopefully, their owners know that getting them to their new home safely involves a lot more than making sure they don’t pee in the car.
So today, in the spirit of keeping our dogs happy and our cars clean, we bring you our top tips for taking care of your pup before, during and even after your big move.