Moving sucks. This is a scientific fact. And unless you've got the money (and willingness to part with it) to hire someone to do all of it for you, you're stuck with performing the unpleasant task yourself. Here's how move to a new place without losing your silverware— or your marbles.
I've known a few people who believe in the healing power of a move—that a change of scenery can be the key to solving all of their problems. But does it always work out that way?
When a recent Canadian "science-star search" recruited 19 men and 0 women for grants, it raised an unexpected question: is relocating harder for women than for men?
It's summer, which means bronzer, sunglasses — and relocating for romance! You see, while some people move for a job, or for school, Marie Claire suggests its readers move "where the guys are."
The other day, after we'd finished signing the lease on our new apartment, the landlady said casually, "Oh, and the ghost hasn't been around much lately." She wasn't joking.