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To help kids adapt to a new school, you need a good strategy.

Written by Matthew K on . Posted in Activities after the move / Dan's Discussion Den

How to Help Kids Adapt to a New School

Major changes are overwhelming for everybody. Does it surprise then that children are those who suffer most? Changing their surrounding, their neighbors, friends, and school is too great a change for them to deal with it without our help. The worst possible scenario for them is when moving during the school year is inevitable. However,

To move your exotic pet to Brooklyn you need to prepare well.

Written by Matthew K on . Posted in Brooklyn moving tips / Dan's Discussion Den

How to move your exotic pet to Brooklyn

Before you throw a goodbye party, leave your current home and head to Brooklyn, you need to deal with a lot of tasks. They become even more complex when you have to move your exotic pet to Brooklyn as well. Understandably, being a wet blanket in these circumstances doesn’t help much. Quite the opposite, you

make house hunting an easy task

Written by Matthew K on . Posted in Dan's Discussion Den / NYC housing

House Hunting Tips

Are you looking for a house to buy? You probably do, because here you are. Here you will be able to find some very useful tips and tricks on house hunting. The first lesson would probably be that you need to be aware that a lot of people, when they are selling their house are

There are a lot of Millennials Moving to a New City

Written by Matthew K on . Posted in Dan's Discussion Den / Moving from Brooklyn

Tips for Millennials Moving to a New City

Many people are not good when it comes to relocation. This is especially true if you have no experience with it.  Millennials moving to a New City might get confused. Confusion is your worst enemy. Some people even cancel relocation just because they do not know what to do. This is a huge mistake since

a shot of a vegetable lot that makes you think how to store perishable food safely

Written by Matthew K on . Posted in Dan's Discussion Den / Storage NYC

How to Store perishable food safely?

Ever read a text on the Internet claiming that you have been doing a certain everyday thing incorrectly? Something along the lines of ”You’ve been peeling bananas wrong your whole life!”, or ”This is how you properly wash hair”. We’ve never been a fan of those. Besides often falling a victim to the Appeal to

a person dealing with post-moving depression

Written by Matthew K on . Posted in Activities after the move / Dan's Discussion Den

How to deal with post-moving depression?

Moving is an exciting time. There’s a lot to be happy about. A new home, a new city, a new job, a fresh start – these are all things that should bring you joy! This is why the post-moving depression comes as a surprise to many especially because it doesn’t really depend on the moving

Protect your right to the security deposit when renting out.

Written by Matthew K on . Posted in Dan's Discussion Den / NYC housing

How to protect your right to the security deposit

Whether someone is renting storage Brooklyn or renting residential housing to live in, things can go awry. So there’s always a risk that something could happen to the property they are renting. And when you are the landlord and own the property in question, you want to protect it any way you can. A security deposit is

relocating as a single parent

Written by Matthew K on . Posted in Brooklyn moving tips / Dan's Discussion Den

Tips for Relocating as a Single Parent

Relocation is definitely one of the most demanding projects you can have. Especially if you are relocating as a single parent. Being a single parent is a very responsible job, and you must always put your kid’s need in the first place. And that can be very challenging when you are organizing a move. You need