Having just gone through the process of moving home I wanted to share some of the lessons I learned along the way because, believe me it is one stressful process. And it would have been a lot worse if we didn't get professional in to help. Searching for the best company for home removals Dublin had to offer was pretty simple after doing a few searching and reading some reviews. We went with JIT Removals.
Anyway without further ado...here is my advice.
As house relocation can be a complex series of stressful events, it is important to prepare yourself. You must both make arrangements for the transportation of your goods and for canceling your old utilities contracts and getting news ones at your new residence. House Relocation works best when you take the following aspects into consideration.
You will need specific moving supplies, if you plan to move elsewhere. Ensure that you have a plethora of storage boxes and containers to hold all of your stuff. People don't usually realise just how many boxes they'll need for moving. This is the reason it is wise to grab more boxes than you think you will need. Don't use worn out boxes that are barely staying together. Acquire new boxes from a moving or packing company. If you want some solid storage containers, you might consider buying some from an office supply store. Luggage can be pretty versatile for moving a lot of stuff. Despite whatever you'll be using to package your stuff, be sure that you have plenty.
Initially you must decide whether you can do the move by yourself or you need to hire professional movers. Doing the move for yourself will of course save you a lot of money in most situations. Hiring a truck is generally a necessary step. In some cases you will need a large truck and in others it may be cheaper to get a small truck and ship various items. Keep in mind that many states require special licenses for larger trucks. Choosing the right rental truck should not be difficult with the help of a good rental company. Make the most of such resources, as making the move by yourself is a lot more challenging and time consuming than hiring a moving company.
Make sure that you do plenty of research if you plan to hire a moving service to help with your move. Although it seems like common sense to hire the cheapest movers, it's not always a great idea. For instance, if you're just moving across town, hiring a local person is probably okay. If you are going to a location far away, then you want a licensed mover with a stellar reputation to help you. If the damage anything, you need to make sure that they are properly licensed so that things can be replaced. Check their track record, specially if you find them on the Internet. Naturally, you should try to find one that offers a good price as well, but this shouldn't be your only concern. The recommendations we have offered in this article for moving to a new place can help make your move a whole lot simpler. The ideal policy is to prepare ahead of time and not hold off on any of the details until the last minute. This is why it's vital to jot down a list of the most important things you need to do prior to a move. Relocating is a big step, and the more carefully you plan it, the more likely you will get through it without any hitches.
One of my downfalls is my love of pizza. I mine whats not to love. Thin crispy base, cheese...any pretty much any topping you want. That said I recently found myself going off pizza, particularly take out from the usual Pizza Delivery Dublin suspects, apache, dominoes and four star etc...generally due to the feeling I get the next day. It was like a pizza hangover. Im not sure what it is probably too much salt or something but it was becoming a recurring problem. That was until I tried something new.
Credo pizza is a new pizza takeway delivery place in Dublin. Located just off Camden street...this place does seriously good pizza. Their whole pizza philosophy is holistic and sophisicated. They do hand-made and long fermented bases which stops the bloated feeling you can get. They dont freeze dough. They dont add any extra salt to sauces and they have a dedicated gluten free kitchen. To top it off their head chef is a pizza world champion. Trust me this place is serious and well worth a try if you're a pizza fan.
Im wirtting this post today with anger and sadness because weve just returned from a long weekend in Kilkenny (for my friends wedding I mentioned in previous posts) and we found that we've been robbed. The back door was kicked in. It wasnt the best door in the world and had suffered water damage from the wet and cold weather we had over last winter. We knew the door wasnt secure and weve paid the price. We're already looking at getting burglar proof security doors. Ireland its seems is a wash with this sort of thing now...
I had an interesting chat with one of my girl friends the other day. We met for a coffee at starbucks on Henry Street in Dublin city centre and she started talking about her long term partner. She told me that she had developed suspicions that he may be cheating on her or using Dublin Escorts. She told me that she had started looking for a private investigator in Dublin to shadow him about and find out whats going on.
I can understand you would want piece of mind on something like this but hiring a private eye....lol...I thought that was just movie stuff but a quick search on google reveals plenty of private detective agencies in Dublin. Its like dick tracy or something...
We just got the new car sorted over here in Ireland and Ive quickly realised that after years of not having driven Im very unsure of myself. I was never a big fan of driving and when I first started driving lessons with a driving school umpteen years back I was very nervous. So Ive had to make the choice to take refresher lessons to get my confidence back. I went looking for driving lessons Dublin...well the north of Dublin is saturated with driving schools but after asking around a new neighbour pointed me towards RSA Driving School, (1 Wainsfort Drive Terenure Dublin 6w, Co. Dublin, Ireland +353 1 514 3752) and I have to say it was great advice. Ive never been so comfortable behind the wheel. A few more lessons and Ill be flying again...Hurray me!
We've been invited to a wedding soon as well so my man is hoping Ill be fit to be the designated driver by then. LOL!
It's been a while since I posted last. Guess what? We have set a date for the move to Dublin. It's all very exciting. Been busy looking for a place to live and for potential offices. Dublin is an amazing city with a really awesome music scene. My boyfriend is a bit of a singer songwriter and in my opinion he could really go far with it. So its got me looking into recording studios in and around Dublin. I figure I might buy him a session in a Dublin recording studio. Be nice to have him on a CD to listen too.
So I'm at a transition in my life where I may be moving to Dublin Ireland with my boyfriend. It a little stressful. Having to sort out shipping companies Ireland, man with a van in Dublin and self storage Dublin for any junk we have and all that kinda stuff. Along with such a big move is the consideration of what path I might take with regards to work. I know from my mans friends and family that their is some what of a recession going on in Ireland and so jobs may be hard to come by and indeed competition for those jobs will be fierce so of course Im very drawn towards the idea of starting my own business and it got me thinking about what factors will play a part.
Ill obviously have to set up a company so company formation information is a must as well as getting an understanding of the tax system and how I pay myself but what really caught my interest and is the reason I'm find myself writing this post one of office precises. In particluar serviced offices caught my interest as it's an idea ive never really encountered before and yet seems popular in Dublin.
I'm Grace Spitzer and this is my blog. Really just a collection of thoughts on various interests I have. I guess this first post should really go into an about me section but I'll get round to that at some point.
So what will I be talking about. Well anything and everything really. I like to buy mephedrone for my plants. Im thought sort of person who loves to learn. I see great value in continually expanding my skillsets because if anything they always seem to open new doors for me and grant me new friends and collegues.