Tag: Long Distance Movers

Five Tips For Adjusting To Your New Home

After the stress of a busy move, there is no better feeling than sitting down and relaxing in your new home. Your family photos have been hung on the walls, the pots and pans are arranged just right in the kitchen cabinets, and your children’s bedrooms are filled with all of their favorite toys. Even… Read more »

Top Reasons Professional Movers are a Better Option than Your Friends

Unless you are the type of person who moves often, you have probably lived in the same home for a long time and you have probably accumulated a lot of stuff during this time. Once you start packing, the piles of boxes you have to move from Point A to Point B can be intimidating,… Read more »

6 Ways to Evade Post-Move Depression

After a few busy weeks of packing and preparing, the relief that you feel when you sit down in your new home and just relax for a few minutes is immense. All of the furniture and the plethora of boxes are inside, and soon you will be turning your new house into a home. There… Read more »

Tips for Moving to a Foreign Country

Moving can be stressful regardless of where you are headed, but there is no move that requires quite as much planning as the move to a foreign country. There are so many things to take into consideration as you prepare for this huge life change, which is why Highland Worldwide has put together a list… Read more »

Helpful Tips for When You Are Moving

Moving is like any other activity, the more you do it, the better you get. And since most individuals only move a few times in their life, it is difficult to figure out the best way to approach packing and moving your things from Point A to Point B. Here at Highland Worldwide, we have… Read more »

Maintaining Your Festive Spirit During a Holiday Move

The holiday season is upon us, a time to relax and celebrate with family and friends. While moving is probably the last thought on your mind during this busy time of year, there are some unforeseen circumstances that may make a holiday move a necessity. Whether you have just received a promotion or got a… Read more »

Rock Paper Scissors Tournament Celebrates 200th Event in Vancouver

We’ve all played that classic game of Rock Paper Scissors, using it to settle heated debates and other quandaries. Most people think of Rock Paper Scissors as a simple game for children, but a few friends in Vancouver have turned it into much more than that. What began as a small tournament in 2011 has… Read more »