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If You’re Moving to Sacramento—14 Main Things to Know

Living the west coast lifestyle is what dreams are made of for most people, especially anyone living in a state where they spend most of their year either freezing, or soaking wet, or a combination of both.

Fortunately, for some, Sacramento remains off the beaten path in terms of a surge of families relocating, simply because most people relocating to California are heading straight for the coast.

Fuller Moving Services has assisted in hundreds of moves to Sacramento, and here are some of the reasons why you might want to live here too:

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Moving to Sacramento

5 Great Sacramento Suburbs to Raise a Family

Living on the West Coast of the United States is a dream shared by many people, but not everyone can afford the cost of living there. Living a little further inland in Sacramento is far more affordable and provides your family with an enviable location and lifestyle. When the day comes to relocate here, the team at Fuller Moving Services will be more than happy to help you set up home.

In the meantime, our team of Roseville movers has selected 5 great Sacramento suburbs for you to consider as your future home.

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5 Great Eats in Roseville, CA You Need To Try

You already know Roseville has plenty to offer any family living here or considering relocating here. The many amenities are part of what makes Roseville such a great city. There are lots of great restaurants for you and your family to dine at.

To help make your night out a little easier, we’ve put together a quick guide to the 5 best restaurants in Roseville – we’re sure you’ll find at least one that has you salivating at the thoughts of their menu choices.

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Rocklin, CA Built By Gold – A Brief History of the Town

Rocklin, California, like many small towns in California, owes its existence to gold. But our town’s history is so much more than just gold. Here’s a brief history of Rocklin, CA.

Early History

Prior to the California Gold Rush in the 1800s, Native Americans had populated the region around Rocklin, California, for centuries. The Rocklin area was filled with groves of oak trees and gentle hills filled with grassy valleys. The land was rich with game and Native Americans also harvested acorns, pine nuts, berries, and other plants native to the region.

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Here’s What You Need To Do in Roseville, CA (Fall 2015)

Looking for something to do in Roseville, California, over the next month? Here’s our list of the best things going on in Roseville, CA for fall 2015:

Tower Theater’s 75th Anniversary Celebration – Saturday, November 7

On Saturday, November 7, Roseville’s historic Tower Theater will go back in time to 1940 to celebrate its 75th anniversary. This year’s festivities include entertainment and a movie screening of “Too Many Girls”. Your $5 per person entry fee also grants you access to museum exhibits, live music, classic cars, concessions, street celebrations, and more.

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For People Just Moving to Sacramento, CA – How to Get Out & Active

Did you just move to Sacramento? Let us remind you that you are now close to some of California’s most beautiful natural sights. Today, we’re featuring some of the best outdoor spots in and around Sacramento, California.

Sacramento SunsetAmerican River Bike Trail

Many people are surprised to discover this beautifully large park hiding within the city of Sacramento. The American River Bike Trail is a great place for cyclists, runners, walkers, and dogs.

Within just a few minutes of leaving your Sacramento home, you can feel like you’re surrounded by nature. Find a shady spot, bring a picnic, and relax by the American River.

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If You Do Anything in Sacramento This Fall, Try These Events

Whether you just moved to Sacramento or you’re a lifelong resident looking for exciting new things to try, here are the best upcoming events taking place this fall in Sacramento, California.


 

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Catch a Sacramento Republic FC Playoff Game

Sacramento Republic FC is our local United Soccer League team in Sacramento. They play home games at Bonney Field. Having clinched their berth in the playoffs on September 6, Sacramento Republic FC look to keep up the winning tradition heading into September.

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Moving to Sacramento: How to Prepare Your Family

Moving yourself and your family ranks as one of the most stressful experiences anyone goes through. In most cases moving to a new home is ranked as being just as stressful as divorce, or even a death in the family.

Fortunately, moving is all about new beginnings, but you will still need to prepare your children, your partner, and your pets for the move well in advance of the day itself.

At Fuller Moving Services, as one of the most trusted movers in Sacramento, we have years of moving expertise we’d like to share with you. In fact, if you follow these tips we can assure you that moving will go much smoother.

Discussion About Moving with the Family

Although it is a parent’s decision to relocate to a new home, that doesn’t mean that the matter shouldn’t be discussed with your entire family. If you choose to force through your personal agenda, without any opportunity for your partner and kids to make their feelings known, this will definitely lead to feelings of resentment later on, and a road trip you’ll probably regret.

The reality is that the move might be necessary regardless of what people think or feel, but including your entire family in the overall decision will make the process a lot less stressful on you and them.

Deciding on the Moving Process

It can be very difficult to uproot yourself and relocate to a new city or state. In fact, it’s so difficult for most people that they procrastinate themselves into a corner, constantly delaying the decision to actually leave because it’s too painful.

Do yourself a favor by setting out a timetable that everyone can see and contribute to – make it a huge wall chart and get the entire family involved. Once you have set a moving date you need to plan towards that, and then stick to your plan.

Involved in Moving Preparation

There’s nothing quite like arriving at a new property only to find it’s not quite what you expected i.e. the furniture is missing, or the heating is broken, or it smells weird. Even in a perfectly kept property, it still won’t feel as “homey” as your actual home did.

You can’t really do anything to fix that until you start living in your new home, but you can make it a lot easier for people and pets to adapt and adjust by making sure that the property is somewhere you can actually live, before you all arrive there.

A great tip is to bring along some of your kids favorite toys or comfort items – they’ll help make a strange, new home a lot less strange, a lot faster. Pets will appreciate anything with your scent on it, so make sure they’re taken care of too.

Encouraging the Family to Express Honest Feelings

In most circumstances tantrums from children should never be entertained – it’s a bad example for them to think they can kick and scream to get what they want. When moving to a new home, it’s important that you encourage your kids to share with you exactly how they feel, and if that means shedding lots of tears and raising their voices, then it’s probably best to let them get that out of their system.

Once they know you care enough to listen to their concerns, and then support them through the entire move, you’ll find that they’ll adjust more quickly. Simply laying down the law isn’t going to work though, so avoid that approach.

Sibling Support Through the Move

If your kids are a few years apart it might help if you ask the older kids to help the younger kids with the move. This will distract them from their own feelings of sadness that they’re leaving their old home behind, and your younger children will get the kind of family support they need from those closest to them.

If you do nothing else before moving to a new home please make sure that you plan each step of the move carefully, and this can be made a lot easier if you pay a professional mover to take care of all the heavy work for you.

Wondering how much a professional mover in Sacramento costs? You can get a FREE quote from us before making any decisions (and receive a FREE packing kit).

Call: (916) 349-1119

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Moving Tips & Checklists: Here’s the Breakdown You Need (Infographic)

Moving can be such a stressful time. The simplest of details and tasks can slip your mind, so we’ve prepared a moving checklist infographic to save you some time and hassle as you move. You’ll find a breakdown of what you need to consider starting at 8 weeks out from your move to or from Sacramento.

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10 Things to Know About Sacramento Before Moving Here

You might know that Sacramento is the capital of California. But what else do you need to know about this city of nearly 500,000 people before moving here? We’ve made it easy: here are 10 things you need to know before moving to Sacramento.

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1) It’s One of the Most Diverse Cities in America

Sacramento was once named the most diverse city in America by TIME. Los Angeles and New York City might be called the great melting pots of America, but the multiplicity of cultures in Sacramento blend together smoothly to create more of a cultural mosaic than a melting pot. This makes Sacramento one of the most integrated cities in America.

2) You’ll Eat the Best Cheeseburgers of Your Life in Sacramento

In N’ Out, Five Guys, McDonald’s….wherever you’ve had your best burger before, forget about it before you move to Sacramento. Sacramento is famous for its burgers. Don’t believe me? Pay a visit to the Squeeze Inn, which serves burgers so famous they’re known all across the state of California. Their secret is to use lots of cheese – you get a slice of cheese that’s about twice as large as the burger bun!

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