Moving while in extreme weather

I have changed apartments five times in the last five years.

I’ve upgraded to more advantageous locations, more spacious accommodations & better amenities.

I started out living in the northern part of the country. My lease came due in late December. Moving at that time of year was difficult. The un-even temperatures in that part are often below cold & sometimes below zero. The people I was with and I experience blizzard conditions, brutal wind chill & accumulate feet of snow within a few fourths. I’d need to turn off the heat in the current home I was leaving & often end up packing in cold cold conditions. I’d get stuck carrying our possessions through the snow & cold & driving the moving van over icy roads. There were sometimes difficulties with getting the heat turned on & the current new home warmed up. I finally managed to arrange our lease so that I could move in the Springtime. The temperature was properly mild enough that I didn’t need to worry about either heating or cooling. However, because of a job opportunity, I transferred south. I realized entirely swiftly that moving into a current new home in May, in the southern part of the country is a mistake. I faced un-even temperatures in the high nineties with excessive humidity. The cooling system in our car couldn’t keep up with the weather. It took forever to cool down our current apartment. I was dripping with sweat profusely. I have been looking around for a better current home complex that includes a swimming pool. However, I am reluctant to brave another move in the heat & humidity.


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