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Regional Guide: The Non-Coastal Western U.S.

Most of the United States are situated at — or slightly above — sea level.

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Regional Guide: The West Coast

Featuring some of wildest, most pristine coastal beauty and untouched landscapes in the world, the West Coast of the United States is considered — by many — the “best coast,” what with its perpetual blue skies; temperate weather, particularly in the south; and breathtaking scenery all up

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Regional Guide: The American Midwest

Known for its friendly vibe, salt-of-the-earth, no-nonsense folk and affordable cost of living, the Midwestern U.S. has much to offer.  Landlocked as it may be, Midwesterners are as drawn to water as their coastal counterparts.

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Regional Guide: The American Northeast

Where you’re covering a region as broad and varied as the American Northeast, there are bound to be distinct reasons for preferring, for example, the charm of a cozy Vermont hideaway to the

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Regional Guide: The American Southeast

With coastline that hugs the Atlantic Ocean and the Gulf of Mexico; low, coastal plains, from Virginia to Louisiana, filled with wetlands and swamps; hills, mountains, plateaus and valleys in

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New York City Guide

Just moved to New York City and ready to explore the city? Check out our ultimate guide from New Yorkers.

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What to Do While You’re Waiting for Your Things to Arrive

You’ve arrived. Your things are still on the way. Get some tips for what to do while you’re waiting.

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How a Move Works

How does a move “happen”? Our expert gives you an overview of all the steps involved.

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7 Ways to Manage Moving Stress

Given people move for many reasons — both happy and sad — it stands to reason stress and a wide array of other emotions are involved.

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