Whether you’re moving across the street or to an entirely different continent, moving is stressful and difficult for most families. The cleaning, packing, and planning can really take its toll on everyone involved. As a member of a military family, I had a vested interest in learning to make our frequent moves as painless as possible. I didn’t want my kids to be constantly stressed out by our regular relocations.
Moving is never going to be stress-free, but you can make it easier. Whether you have six months or six days to plan your move, there’s are moving tips that will work for you. I started this blog to help you learn how to smooth out your next move.
Lifting, bending and tugging at work often results in back injuries, especially if you're not used to lifting objects on a daily basis. For example, if you work at a desk job and need to move to another office or building, you must be careful while picking up boxes and moving furniture. The same is true in industrial jobs where you might have to move work stations around.
If you're not used to the type of work or haven't strengthened your back through regular exercise, there's a possibility that you might suffer one of the following painful back injuries. [Read More]