There is a reason there is a Star in our name
It turns out being a celebrity is contagious. Maybe, it’s because we’re the go to mover for rock stars, movie stars, TV stars and other heavy hitters. Possibly, it’s because we win more awards for service than any other moving company. With our headline-making green initiatives, groundbreaking luxury moving experience and company’s impressive growth, we’re ready for our close up!
Did someone say the “M” word … as in “Moving”? Relocating is not really a reason to panic. Despite what you may have heard, moving doesn’t need to be a stressful and overwhelming process. A bit of planning ahead and a detailed checklist can make the list of things to do before your move very manageable. So … what are the to-dos and when do you do them? Use this two-month moving calendar to stay organized and on track as you prepare for moving day.
NorthStar Moving ® Company, the leading eco-luxury mover in California, has unveiled a new customized package with Ferry Pilot Ben Zwebner, a FAA rated Air Transport Pilot, to offer aircraft transport services to clients on the move. The service ensures clients’ private planes are inspected and transported with extensive pilot experience to land them safely at their new home.
Sharply lower fuel costs are a welcome respite for local companies that buy lots of oil, diesel and gasoline, but most companies see lower prices as just that – a respite, and one that will end all too soon.While businesses are saving money now, many executives say they have no plans to make any permanent changes to how they charge customers or do business.
Tired of the old paint colors, the piles of catalogs, over-stuffed closets and toys that your kids haven’t touched since 2013? Is your 15-year-old just not loving the Winnie the Pooh theme room? Well, then it’s time to room swap! Most of us move homes every 5-10 years, but many stay put for decades.Moving is the time when we get rid of the most stuff, so if you haven’t moved in 5 or 10 years, things are piling up! Remember when you first moved into your home?
If you have kids, you have stuff. A LOT of stuff. From the moment you find out you are expecting, you start acquiring so many things, your house may resemble a baby store. And then…because you have so many new “things” that your house feels like it is swallowing you whole, you decide to move. You want more space, a backyard, more storage or another bedroom. Or you may want to be close to family, in a better school district, or moving for a better job.
Did you get to the gym this morning and eat a balanced breakfast? It’s that time of year when we pledge to be simply perfect people. But what about our surroundings? How are we supposed to eat healthier if our pantries are overflowing, or be inspired to hit the pavement every morning if we are looking at piles of clothes? Clear your mind by clearing out the clutter. If you organize your home, your mindset will be organized too.
The holiday festivities have come to a close. The pine needles are beginning to cover the floor and I bet corners of the house are filled with boxes, wrapping paper and miles of ribbon. But before you begin the task of clearing the house of all holiday remnants and packing up the décor, you can actually put the festive trash to good use. Much of your trash is actually a treasure when it comes to stowing away your holiday décor safely
December? Yep, December is here and you know what that means! A busy and joyous month filled with holiday festivities, shopping, decorating, baking and Santa’s to-do lists that you better check twice. While December is filled with cheer, it’s also filled with dangers for your pets. In fact, it is one of the most dangerous times of the year for your dog Dasher and your cat Blitzen. That’s why I called upon Dr. Anthony George, doctor of veterinary medicine and certified veterinary acupuncturist, to guide us through all of the dangers our holiday décor and holiday foods can create for our best four-legged friends.