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Packing

Pack your home for your Denver move and you are likely to come across one or more photo boxes. That box is daunting because you know that going through, sorting, and packing those old photos and slides is going to take time, and lots of it.

It's never as simple as just throwing a rubber band around them, and placing them into a protected container. No, inevitably you get pulled into them and before you know it, you've spent two hours reliving old college days, or reminiscing about your first car, or reliving those summers spent at the cabin.

Moving your desktop computers can be tricky and potentially hazardous. The last thing you want to find when you unpack from your Denver move is that your computer was damaged en route. This article will outline the risks in moving and how to pack your computer safely.

To help you avoid computer casulaties during your move, we asked Jeri Morgan, from Code Blue Computing in Broomfield how to pack your computer safely for moving. She gave us the "headsup" on the potential risks and what you can do to safeguard against them.

Packing your clothes can be one of the most effortless tasks of your whole moving experience…if you do it right.

For starters...

Moving is an opportunity to rid yourself of many of the clothes you don’t wear. When you’re packing, ask yourself if you’ve worn a particular outfit within the past year. If the answer is no, you may want to put it in a separate box to donate to Salvation Army or Goodwill.

Here are some tips for packing and moving a few unique items.

China

China sets usually include dinner plates, smaller plates, saucers, teacups, and miscellaneous items (gravy boats, etc.).

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