You may be eager to get online and check your e-mails once you arrive at your new home, but it's best to let your computer "acclimate" itself to room temperature before plugging it in. This tip applies to other electronics as well -- televisions, VCRs, DVD players, stereos, etc.
With moving season now in full swing, here are some moving tips to help companies and families deal with the stress, uncertainty, and challenges of moving. * Keep a copy of the bill of lading and inventory for yourself before the driver leaves. * Prior to the mover's departure, complete a final walk through of the house to make sure nothing was forgotten. * Provide the driver with your contact information in case he needs to reach you along route. * Give the driver the correct address of your new home or storage facility. * For long distance moves, the name and telephone number of a contact person currently at the destination should be given. * Provide the moving team with a fresh supply of water and restroom facilities. * If possible, arrange for the house closing to be a day or two after the loading day in order to reduce the stress of trying to load and close your house at the same time. * Get a good night's sleep and have a hearty breakfast the morning of the move t