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Moving to a new home

Updated on March 1, 2018

The Big Move

Moving can be limitless or at least it can feel that way, in a sense of the busyness, that moving requires no matter where you are moving too whether it be for school or to a new home. The amount of packing you need to do and the amount of organizing that needs to be done for instance. It also depends, on how many times it is done or the way you look at it. When you move to a new home, or to school or to a new job what type of move do you consider each of them? Are they all considered big moves or just little moves? For example, when is the best time to sell a house? Everyone says it's right before September and the kids go back to school. Wel, that is true, the reason why is because, if you are going to start out in a new place what better time to start out right before the new school year. That is if you have kids. Moving can be considered a limitlessness of new opportunities. Have you ever thought of it like that?

What if you are a university student going on a co-op for a semester or even a year, when do you think the best time to move is. Well, the best time to move all depends on when things start for you, for example, your co-op starts or when your semester starts, is it at the end of August or the beginning of September? If you are moving into a house off campus, or an apartment for students the best time to rent is right before the school year starts you have to figure that Another example is if you are going to school in anywhere really, there is usually student housing for the beginning of the year. If you have to get a house or an apartment for the second semester due to co-op then you might have a harder time looking for it, but that also depends on where your co-op is.

Let’s say you are going away to college or university but your co-op is out of town. What do you do? Well, that all depends on how far away your co-op is from your school and how long it is. If you have to move to get to a co-op placement or a job but you have already had to move to school, then you are moving three times, in a year.

Most of the time when you move, no matter the reason, you have to make sure it works for you, the job you are moving for if that is the case, or if it works for your family. If you have moved recently how many times have you done so? Are your moves easy or difficult? I know that I myself, have moved twice, once for school and once to another house, both moves were interesting. The first move I was moving into a smaller house and trying to fit everything that I have in a smaller space.

Then when I moved to the dorms for college, I made sure that I wrote a list of the things that I thought I would need to bring and brought them with me. If I needed other things then I would bring them up to school although it wasn’t too difficult because I didn’t have to bring the big stuff, like a bed. That was just me, my brother has moved for a co-op recently and needed to bring up his own bed and a few other things, it was like he was moving out of our house and into another. Indirectly that was what he was doing, although it isn’t a huge move like moving with your family.

if you just move down the street from one of your houses, like I did. Some limitless things that could be offered are a change of scenery which can help your thinking process depending on what you are trying to do or where you work, you may be moving closer to work or further away, or to a better place to work like I did.

Moving to a new home

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New Homes Bring New Opportunities

Although moving because you are going school isn’t that big depending on where you are moving to. Moving from St. Catherine’s to Toronto is a big move because of the things that are needed, and moving from one house to another is a big move because you take everything you own with you, also the new things that you experience while doing all of this is endless. I have only moved, twice in my life, and once was a huge move, the other wasn’t so big. Although it was different. Isn’t that what big moves are supposed to be, different. People do big moves to different countries, different towns, and provinces, for changes that they want to happen in their lives. Each move is different depending on the person, but if you have to move multiple times, in a year how do you deal with it.

I have only moved twice, and that was long and hard. Moving is for change in any aspect of a person’s life, and yes it is going to be hard, but in the end, it will benefit you. So if you are worried about moving look at the pros and cons beforehand and see how beneficial it is for you and the rest of the people that are moving with you. Maybe then it will be easier for everyone involved. Do you consider moving to a new place to attend school, or a job a big move? Have you ever thought of calling your big move a limitlessness of new opportunities? I haven't but now that I think about it, I guess moving has limitless possibilities for your future.

Each time you move, there are limitless new things that are offered for you to do. Even if you just move down the street from one of your houses, like I did. Some limitless things that could be offered are a change of scenery which can help your thinking process depending on what you are trying to do or where you work, you may be moving closer to work or further away, or to a better place to work like I did.

Moving from anywhere can bring about limitless possibilities for changes that are good in your life. You just have to look for the good when you move from place to place. When you do a big move to a new house that is not the only new thing that will happen to you when you get there. There are going to be other big new changes that occur for the better because you will be a different place, with different things around you which will change your thinking for the better if that is what you need. Every move whether big or small will change you in a way that you need to be changed even if you don't realize it. That is what happened to me and my blogs they changed when I moved from the one house to other for the better and for that I am grateful.

Moving sometimes can feel like a limitless struggle with all the packing and unpacking that needs to be done, but once you get to your destination and get all settled, or even before you are settled take a look around at your new surrounds and be grateful for what you have. Moving can mean limitless new things so always keep an open mind when you are moving from one place to the other, whether it be a house move or a job move. Moves can be big or small depending on how much stuff you have or what you are moving for. It can bring about limitless possibilities for the better so that is why when we move we should always keep an open mind when moving anywhere. wouldn't you agree?

The Deck of my new house  where I spend a lot of my time in the summer
The Deck of my new house where I spend a lot of my time in the summer

Moving from place to place can be fun

Moving, from one home to another can bring with its limitless possibilities. New adventures, limitless opportunities for you to expand your horizons and learn new things, making new friends. The List is limitless and can be very interesting and fun if you keep an open mind.

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