Archive for December 2012

Five Ways to Keep in Touch after Moving

Friendship and Staying in Touch after MovingWhen I first moved to Delaware, I was nervous about leaving my friends. I was going to go from seeing them every day to seeing them only every so often and I knew I would miss them. Since, I know I am not the only person who misses her tribe, especially during the holidays, I’d like to share five tips (outside of letters, emails, texts and phone calls) for how to keep in touch with loved ones who are far away.

Three Tips for Moving During the Holiday Season

Moving During the HolidaysMoving during the holidays is never an easy task. Families who are moving now may be channeling their inner Grinch. But, take heart. There are some steps that you can take to make it a little easier – and to mitigate any potential crisis. We’d even go as far to say that with a little advance planning and some holiday spirit, you and your family can enjoy the holidays happily in your new home. Here are our tips for families moving during the holidays.

The Top 5 Must-See Attractions for Families Moving to Philadelphia

Top 5 Attractions for Families Moving to PhiladelphiaSettling-in after moving can be a stressful process for families. We find that finding fun things to do in your new town can jump start the process by getting your family excited about all the cool new places to explore. Our Pennsylvania movers move a lot of people in and out of the Philadelphia metro market, so we thought it would be fun to have a guest post on fun and interesting things to do in Philadelphia.

The following post was written by Philip J Reed on behalf of Richmond American Homes, building new homes in Philadelphia Metro.