When faced with unprecedented and confusing circumstances, the knee jerk reaction is to try and take as much control as possible. PCS moves are on the horizon and many are wondering if they should scrap their plans with a moving company and do it themselves.
After months of nationwide lockdowns due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, the United States is slowly starting to reopen and that means you can finally start getting ready for your next move. It is important to plan as much as possible so that your PCS experience doesn’t quickly turn into a nightmare. Here are four things to keep in mind with this next move.
PCSing is about as much fun as a mandatory kickball event on a Saturday hosted by the company First Sergeant, and the ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has created even more confusion for you and your kids. To help you and your family survive and thrive during these trying times, we’ve compiled some steps to better prepare them for a PCS move during the pandemic.
As the coronavirus pandemic forces us to be stuck at home all day, it can feel a bit like you’re stuck in your own unfunny version of Groundhog Day. But being on lockdown doesn’t mean that you have to be weighed down by boredom, anxiety, and stress. You just need to make sure you’re making the most of your time and we’re here to help you with that.
So you have PCS orders and you were thinking about buying a home… but now COVID-19 and the DoD travel restrictions are ruining all your plans. These are certainly frustrating times, but the good news is that the current limitations are temporary. People with PCS orders will eventually move. Your family will still need a house to live in at your new location. So instead of looking at this like a huge roadblock, face it as an opportunity to spend some extra time getting things in order for your move.