Tips for moving with your newborn

Tips for moving with your newborn

Moving can be a big undertaking—even more so if you’ve got a brand-new bundle of joy at home. But if you put in a little preparation, arrange for lots of help, and let go of your goals for absolute perfection, you’ll be able to get the job done well—and won’t have any grey hairs to show for it. He...

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AMJ’s Advice from the Expert: Behind-the-scenes of an International Move

AMJ’s Advice from the Expert: Behind-the-scenes of an International Move

Moving to a new country is a big undertaking. It means getting to know a new language, a new currency, possibly a new job—and a lot of new neighbours. A huge source of comfort is knowing the contents of your household—all those possessions you hold near and dear—are safe, secure and on their way to...

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Packing products to help you save time and gain peace of mind

Packing products to help you save time and gain peace of mind

Moving day is almost here! And although relocating to a new home can be exciting, it can also be a bit intimidating.   If you’re preparing to pack up your home, choose the right supplies to help you secure your belongings for transport. This will make the packing process a little easier, a li...

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How to repair window seals

How to repair window seals

Before the autumn chill arrives, keep the draft out by following our tips to repair window seals in your home. This will not only help keep your house cozy through the winter months; it could also help reduce your home heating bills.   Common window seal issues If you feel a draft or see moisture...

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How to Fix Squeaky Doors in Your House

How to Fix Squeaky Doors in Your House

You know it’s time to fix squeaky doors when you find yourself cringing, wincing or rolling your eyes every time someone uses a certain door at home.   If you’ve forgotten what silence sounds like, the good news is, it can be easy to fix. All you often need to do is lubricate the hinges.   Read...

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How to Fix Low Water Pressure in Your House

How to Fix Low Water Pressure in Your House

Wondering how to fix low water pressure at home? Try these three common quick fixes to see if they put a little more flow into your faucets – before you have to call in the experts to help.   1.  Clean your aerators If you have an individual faucet or fixture that’s giving you trouble,...

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Your Ultimate Guide to Roommates

Your Ultimate Guide to Roommates

As September approaches, many students and young adults may be considering a roommate. Especially for those who have never had a roommate, there may be many questions looming: Do you need a roommate? How do you pick your roomie? How do you get along with someone sharing your living space? We discuss...

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Moving Day Must-Haves

Moving Day Must-Haves

Moving can be a fun experience. While it may require a lot of work and preparation, the results are a new place to call home. We’ve outlined three types of things we suggest having on-hand through your move to make the transition smoother: valuables, basics and cleaning supplies. Keep reading for pr...

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Upcycling Your Home

Upcycling Your Home

Upcycling is the art of repurposing old furniture, décor, or housewares. It can be as simple as re-imagining a mug you no longer use as a pen jar or as complicated as turning a rotary phone into a lamp. This practice cuts back on the amount of trash in landfills and allows you to create unique decor...

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