Moving is a hassle.
We create methods and routines to make each move easier but let’s face it, it is an inconvenience. There are a number of chores we are responsible for when we move: canceling our bills, un-enrolling children from school, forwarding our mailing address, and on top of that, we have to find a new home.
When my husband and I moved for training, we were told we would be there for six months. This meant that we would be moving in in July. You probably know, finding open real estate during the spring and summer can be fairly easy. Unfortunately, six months would put our next move in February. Renters have found it more difficult to find new tenants during the winter months because not many people move; it is referred to as the “off-season” for military relocations. As you can imagine, our situation became a challenge when we first started looking for our new home.