Missed in the Move: Commonly Forgotten Items and How to Keep Organized

Missed in the Move: Commonly Forgotten Items and How to Keep Organized

During the scramble and excitement leading up to and on moving day, it’s easy for responsibilities, errands, and even personal items to fall through the cracks or be left behind. Because time is precious and there is so much that needs to get done when relocating, we’ve put together a list of common...

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Moving Fitness Equipment: Your Go-To Checklist

Moving Fitness Equipment: Your Go-To Checklist

Starting off the year with healthy new exercise goals? A home gym is an ideal place to burn off some calories, but the tools involved are heavy and cumbersome. If a household relocation is on the horizon or you have plans to set up a new workout studio, ensure you move fitness equipment safely by fo...

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Expert Tips for Cold-Weather Moving

Expert Tips for Cold-Weather Moving

When you live in Canada, cold weather is hard to avoid. So, if moving day comes along with a frosty forecast, here are the best ways to tackle the task efficiently—and not let winter get in the way of your fresh start.   Clear the way Safety should be your top priority when moving in winter...

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Moving with Kids: 4 Tips to Make it Easier

Moving with Kids: 4 Tips to Make it Easier

Transition is hard for all of us, but when your child is faced with moving, it can feel like their entire world is unravelling. We’ve collected some helpful tips you can use to ease the disruption of relocation that aim to relieve anxiety for both parents and kids.   Give Them Ownership Invo...

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Holiday Clean Up

Holiday Clean Up

After the flurry of the holidays has dissipated, it’s nice to spend some time putting the house back in order. If a move is on the horizon before the next time you plan to pull out your Christmas tree, being mindful of how much you store is important. We’ve got helpful tips on what to do w...

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How to Reduce Waste During the Holidays

How to Reduce Waste During the Holidays

Enjoying the festivities of the season unfortunately comes with a lot of plastic, shredded paper, and empty boxes, too. According to the B.C. Recycling Council, 545,000 tonnes of waste is generated in Canada from gift-wrapping and shopping bags each year. But not all of your excess has to end up in...

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How to Pack Awkward Objects

How to Pack Awkward Objects

Packing is arguably the most time-consuming task when comes time to move your home. The easy items are the square and rectangle boxes, but have you considered how to handle sharp, fragile, or oddly shaped items? Read on for helpful tips on how to tackle those awkward objects.   Round Objects Wrap...

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Moving This Season? A Canadian Winter’s Essential Cross-Country Family-Fun Guide

Moving This Season? A Canadian Winter’s Essential Cross-Country Family-Fun Guide

Winter in Canada may feel like the longest season of the year. If your approach to handling cold weather is to hunker down beside the fireplace and avoid socializing for six months, chances are you’ll be itching to get outside at some point. As the old saying goes, if you can’t beat ’em, join ’em. W...

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How to Pack Your Most Treasured Items

How to Pack Your Most Treasured Items

Handle with care is easier said than done when you’re hurrying to pack your home before moving day. And when it comes to preparing to relocate fragile items such as family heirlooms, the experience can be stressful because of the emotional significance tied to them. Luckily, AMJ Campbell experts are...

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