Oh Yeah! Be Manly Enough to Move Your Stuff

Are you planning to move to a new home anytime soon? If so, you may be of hiring a removals company to move your stuff for you. But what if you’re on a tight budget or you simply want to save the money you’d otherwise spend on removal services? Well, then, you’ll have to man up and move your own stuff!

Planning to Move


Other than the huge savings you get, one of the advantages of moving your own stuff is that you get to pack your things to your liking, and you know exactly what each box contains. This makes unpacking a lot easier. More importantly, handling the move yourself gives you complete control of the relocation process. The less people involved the less risk there is of losing any of your belongings.

Unpacking After A Move


Okay, let me help you out here. Remember to pack an overnight bag with the essentials you need in case you’re too tired to unpack when you get to your new place. It’s also a good idea to pack everything you’re going to need as soon as you get to your new home in a clear plastic container to separate them from the rest of your things. Wrap breakables in cloth so you won’t have to buy bubble wrap.

Perhaps the best tip you’ll ever get when it comes to moving is to plan ahead. If you’re man enough to move your stuff, you should also be man enough to plan!

Watch the video below to know more the common mistakes you can avoid when hiring a moving company.

In rare cases though where you need to hand it to professionals to get the job done. You can always hire removalists in Melbourne if you live near Australia. Make sure you get referrals beforehand before hiring a company to ensure you have a hassle free move from coast to coast!

The Dude Guide to Starting Your Own Business

A lot of men think about starting their own business. The problem is that they stop there. They don’t actually do anything to start a business. One of the reasons for this is that they think raising the capital for a new business is too daunting a task.

Dude, if you really want to have your own business, you’ll have to stop whining and start planning! To begin with, you may want to check out this quick dude’s guide to starting a business:

Business Blueprint

1. Create a Business Plan

Make sure the plan is detailed bro! Doing otherwise it not cool! It should describe what the business is about, what you plan to call your business, and what experience and training you have in the area of business you’ve chosen.

2. Create a Marketing Plan

Remember that no matter how good you are in your chosen area of business, you aren’t likely to succeed if people don’t even know your business exists! Even before your business is launched, you should already have an idea how you’re going to get the word out about it.

3. Devise a Contingency Plan

Give yourself a realistic deadline as to when your business should start picking up, say, a year. If you haven’t reached even half of your target profit by then, you should already have a plan in place on how to cut your losses or improve your business situation.

So, stop thinking and start doing NOW. Take the first step towards building your own business.

Planning To Start  A  Business