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When Moving To Or From Los Angeles Becomes Complicated

When It Rains, It Pours
Sometimes no matter how well you plan something, it can blow up in your face. You may do your best to figure out every detail of a trip across the country. You may budget your gas properly, get food supplies in place, clean your home and car, leave early—and still find yourself caught in the middle of a storm that causes you to crash your vehicle.

As complicated as road trips are, they can’t hold a candle to moving to a new house or an apartment. Sometimes it seems like the house is falling apart as you leave, sometimes you’ll find all kinds of problems with a new property when you arrive. One of the worst things you can experience during such a transition is water damage—especially in L.A.

Los Angeles is a massive city that stretches for miles. At the wrong time it can take you an hour to drive one mile. If you leave a property you’re selling and it begins to leak, it could be a minimum of two hours before you arrive at your new home, drop off your goods, and make your way to the original property. [Read more…]


Philadelphia Freedom: Top Tips for Exploring This Great Place

Philadelphia is one of the most important cities in America when it comes to history. On July 4th, 1776, at Independence Hall, the Declaration of Independence was signed. The Constitution was drafted in September 1787, and British colonies were transformed into an independent nation by William Penn a century earlier.

Today, you’ll find modern streets and office blocks sitting next to narrow cobbled streets, and there are a plethora of places to visit.

Philadelphia Freedom: Top Tips for Exploring This Great Place [Read more…]


How To Prepare For the School Run

Now that it is colder, it is a good idea to get everyone’s winter gear out and check it all. That way you can avoid waking up to a cold, wet and windy day only to realize that one of the kid’s, or you, do not have the right clothes available to wear.

Get everyone to try their coats on

The first step is to get everyone’s hats, gloves, scarves and coats for the winter months out of the cupboard and check they are in good condition. Get everyone to try on everything to make sure everything still fits. That way you will have plenty of time the chance to slip to the shops and buy the replacements you need. [Read more…]


Freelancing 101: A Beginner’s Guide for Moms

As a mom, you love staying at home with your kids and being available to drive them to school and music practice while also volunteering for field trips. You know that your kids will grow up into teens and beyond in figurative minutes, and you want to be there for them as much as you can.

Freelancing 101: A Beginner’s Guide for Moms [Read more…]