Buying & Selling a Home, Organization
Tags: get organized, home organization, house keys, new address, new home, new homeowners, organized storage
When you arrive at your new home sweet home chances are that you will be welcomed with a whole new slew of keys to sort through and figure out.
A new set of keys for the front door’s deadbolt, a few copies of keys for the garage, more keys for the shed, and don’t forget about those keys for the screen doors. SO. MANY. KEYS!!!! Here’s our cheap ingredient list for how to organize house keys. (more…)
Seasonal & Holidays
Tags: Christmas, christmas cards, Christmas Moving, DIY Thursday, DIYT, DIYThursday, holidays, home projects, new address, new home, new homeowners, new town tips
Sending out holiday cards to your family & friends can be a heck of a lot of work. But there’s just something about sending & receiving snail mail that makes the holidays a little brighter.
If you’ve moved in the past year, then we urge you to send out some holiday cards this year. This is a wonderful opportunity to give the people you love your new address, and let them know that you bought a new pad. Plus you’re knocking 2 things off that list…sending new home announcements & sending a holiday card! That’s snail mail efficiency at its finest.
Yes, finding the perfect card and them mailing out dozens is a time-consuming task. But we’re here to help make this holiday to-do a little easier. We researched and found some of the best holiday cards that you can send from your new home. Take a look at some of these good lookin’ options… (more…)
Tags: DIY Thursday, DIYT, free printable, good neighbors, new address, new city, new home, new home gifts, new kid, new neighbors, new town tips
Being the new kid in town can be hard, and we’ve all been there before. You don’t know a soul, don’t know if people are friendly, and heck you probably don’t even know where the nearest grocery store can be found. Yep, being new can sometimes suck.
We think you should make the whole “new kid” thing suck a little less for the new neighbor in your neck of the woods. Sure, you already know how to be a good neighbor because you read this etiquette post. But we think you guys are total overachievers, and you’re willing to go above and beyond to welcome your new neighbors to their ‘hood.
So why not welcome the new kids to the block with this easy, inexpensive, edible, won’t-take-you-more-than-5-minutes gift?!