I honestly feel like it’s been 19 months since I last posted when in reality it’s been, like, 2 weeks! We’ve moved. We’re settling in. It’s a proverbial roller coaster… but then again, you guys have moved. You know the deal.
We’ve known for months that we’d have to say goodbye to our beloved home at the end of the year, but we weren’t sure where we’d be going. And although we won’t be able to move into another permanent spot, we have landed on the next best thing… a rental house for us to call home for the indefinite future.
It’s been a while since I’ve shared a house update with you. Wanted to check in. Let you know where things stand and thank you for being so supportive and invested. This has been a difficult time for us, but the hearing from so many of you about being in similar circumstances has been such a comfort so thank you!
I’ve missed a couple weeks in the Charlotte Moves series because of summer travel, but I’m back! And today I’m partnering with CORT Furniture Rental to discuss staging a bit more. I shared some of my tips for staging a home a few weeks ago HERE, but I can’t impress upon you how important it is that your home looks appealing and inviting to a potential buyer.
On today’s Charlotte Moves post, I’m talking about the kids. Specifically, how do you *tell* the kids when it’s time to move. In lots of situations, I suspect the kids will be the ones ASKING to move. Whether to get their own room, or to move closer to the playground, or to have a backyard big enough for a swing set.