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Dealing With A Move
First Thirty Days
Going Through a change? Whether you’re starting a new job, getting married, switching to the Mac or have decided to live a green lifestyle, you’ll find the help you need. Expert Advice. Helpful Tips. Q&A. Inspirational Stories. Community.
Choose your moving company carefully
RealtorMag offers tips to avoid being scammed by your mover
Research Your Move: U.S.
AOL City Guides
Restaurants, City Attractions, Events,
Neighborhood Guides, Activity Planner
Find the best places to live. The AreaVibes Livability Score was designed to help you find the best places to live. It is created using a unique algorithm that takes into account dozens of characteristics in 7 different categories including nearby amenities, cost of living, crime rates, education, employment, housing and weather. A total Livability Score is then calculated out of 100 for any area across America.
Best Places To Live
CNN Money Magazine
Search for museums, parks, stores, zoos, and any other entertaining things to do in almost any U.S. city
NOTE: Type city and state in box at top right; click ‘Search’
Key To The City
USA city information for nearly every city and town.
National Center for Education Statistics
Search for libraries, schools, and colleges
Comprehensive city guides. Include travel information, area attractions and restaurant listings for towns across the U.S.
State and County Quick Facts
Easy access to facts about people, business, geography.
Sperling’s Best Places To Live
Compare city profiles. From the top menu, select options that provide neighborhood profiles and school statistics. See city profiles on the cost of living, weather and crime.
USA City Link
Detailed city guides as well as official and independent city and state websites.
U.S. Census Bureau
State and county quick facts
U.S. Geological Surveys
An unbiased, multi-disciplinary science organization that focuses on biology, geography, geology, geospatial information and water. Just click on map in right hand corner.
Discover Your City
Access maps; weather data; business, community and government information; recreational and cultural activities; newspapers; an events schedule and an on-line telephone book for the city you’ll be moving to.
Country Studies/Area Handbook
A continuing series of books prepared by the Federal Research Division of the Library of Congress under the Country Studies/Area Handbook Program sponsored by the Department of the Army. More than 85 countries.
Portals to The World
Library of Congress links to electronic resources from around the world.
World Fact Book
One of the best directories of international information.
Site provides some wonderful free relocation resources.
Let us divide and conquer your clutter! Phoenix-based company that serves nationally.
This website offers encouragement, strength, community and hope to the heroes at home. Jocelyn Green is the author of Faith Deployed: Daily Encouragement for Military Wives and Faith Deployed…Again: More Daily Encouragement for Military Wives.
This helpful DOD website contains a database of all military installations for all branches of service, as well as information on each installation, such as what the area is like, who to contact with questions, checklists, FAQ, etc!
Where moms like you swap children’s clothing and toys online. With the help of thredUP, America’s busiest parents exchange boxes of clothes that no longer fit their kids for stylish ones that will. They coordinate swaps among a group of your closest friends AND connect you with thousands of families nationwide and on military bases overseas. No matter where you move, the supportive thredUP community will stay with you wherever you have an internet connection and a mailbox!
Singer, Ginger Nelms
“The Hero Left Behind song was inspired by meeting a young lady in Walmart with a nine month old daughter. She told me about not being able to sleep because her husband was going back to Iraq for his third tour. I watched my sister-in-law grieve while my brother went to Iraq in the heat of the battle.
I saw how difficult it was for wives to carry on without their husbands. I don’t want these brave women to be forgotten and I wrote a song to comfort them and to let them know they are appreciated for their sacrifices.”
Custom Boxes Now
Moving with pets: from preplanning to settling in to your new home…
Moving with your family pets
Internal Revenue Service
IRS Tax Tip – Let the IRS know!
Motor Vehicle Registration - US
Many states have resources on the Internet that help movers obtain necessary forms and information on-line. DMV.org is a privately owned website and is not owned or operated by a government agency.
U.S. Post Office
Change of Address, Moving Guide, and coupons.
‘Declare Yourself’ online resource for voter registration