New In Town: Making A Long Distance Move (31 Days Series)

Over 17 million people make a long distance move each year in America.

It’s stressful, exhausting, and terrifying. That’s just the part leading up to the move. When you’re stretched most thin, you get dropped into an alien land. They don’t talk like you talk, you don’t know where to go to find anything and you don’t even know one name of a person to write on the forms that ask for an emergency contact. I know because I was that person just a few years ago.

What would you say if I told you that you were not alone and I knew you could do this? Over the next 30 days, I am going to introduce you to some of my friends who have taught me a few things about what it’s like to adjust to being new in town.


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If you’ll stick with me, you’ll hear from them and we’ll talk about the things that are really on your mind:

  • Your missing toaster and your inability to navigate this strange new land.
  • Making friends.
  • Dealing with all the emotions.
  • Helping your kids with the transition.
  • Making the decision to move in the first place, and many, many more things.

I would love to make this move with you! Every day this month, I’ll be writing this topic for you. To help make sure you don’t miss a post, all you need to do is subscribe  and each new article will be delivered right to your inbox.

As a gift for you,  I have a list of 10 Things To Do In Your First 30 Days After A Move. All you need to do is fill in the nifty little box at the very top of this page that says, “Subscribe here for your free download. . . “


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Grab your packing tape and your boxes. I can’t wait to do this together!

P.S. Don’t forget to subscribe! See you tomorrow!


2 thoughts on “New In Town: Making A Long Distance Move (31 Days Series)

  1. This is such a great series. I am especially looking forward to the one about finding a church. We lived in Texas for 10 years and since then we’ve moved almost once a year. I will be following!

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