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Our Five Favorite Holiday Songs

        The holidays, of course, are a time for family, but sometimes, the family can get a bit restless. Perhaps that’s why Christmas is the time of year that comes with the deepest soundtrack – one that’s sure to soothe even the most anxious for Santa souls. Here are a few of…

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How To Move Your Car Across Country

When you’re moving cross-country, one of the toughest decisions you can make is when to drive and when to fly. Even if you do choose to drive, there is often a second or even a third vehicle to worry about. With some proper planning and armed with a little information, moving your car(s) can be…

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Is The Tenderloin Really The Worst Neighborhood In San Francisco? (VIDEO)

The Tenderloin, about 50 square blocks near one of San Francisco’s most posh neighborhoods, Nob Hill, is often considered the worst the city has to offer. While the Tenderloin is probably not the best neighborhood to raise a child – the neighborhood is riddled with drug addicts and the people who serve them, prostitutes, gangs,…

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Winter – The Best Time To Move

For a moving environment, you really can’t beat the Bay Area. During the summer, the weather is almost always dry and sunny and during the winter, well, the worst we see is rain. Despite that, fewer people move in the winter, even in the Bay Area. If you have school children, moving during the winter…

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Thanksgiving Pastrami – For This Year’s Hanukkah Thanksgiving

It’s rare, but for the first time in a long time, Hanukkah coincides with everyone’s favorite food and family holiday, Thanksgiving. The last time that happened was in  1888 and we’ll have to wait another 79,000 and change years before it will happen again. For many, especially children, celebration can be a bit confusing and…

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Tour Of Bay Area Neighborhoods Part 2 – Sea Cliff

If at the end of the work day, you want to leave the hubbub of the city without actually leaving the city, Sea Cliff might be the neighborhood for you. Sea Cliff’s opulent single family homes make it the perfect escape for the particularly affluent. With a median home price approaching $2 million, it’s no…

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Happy Veteran’s Day From Ninja Movers

  On this Veteran’s Day, Ninja Movers would like to take a moment to thank the brave men and women who have served our country. It is because of you that we have the freedoms that we so often take for granted. In honor of our nation’s veteran’s Ninja Movers would like to announce that…

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Tour Of Bay Area Neighborhoods, Part 1 – Pacific Heights

    When much of the world thinks about San Francisco, they think of the affluence and beauty of Pacific Heights. As with the rest of the Bay Area, when you rise in elevation, you rise in exclusivity. Pacific Heights is no exception. The area is best known for its Victorian architecture, its exquisite views…

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Use Halloween As An Opportunity To Get To Know Your Neighbors

At Ninja Movers, we love Halloween, however, today’s Halloween isn’t much like when we were growing up. Trick-or-treating is less and less common and people know fewer of their neighbors. However, it doesn’t have to be that way. Even if you live in a neighborhood where trick-or-treating is a rarity, you can still make your…

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Eating From Paper Plates And Other Annoyances Of Moving

      No matter what, moving will upend your life. Usually, it’s for the better, there are always inconveniences you won’t anticipate. 1. Eating on paper plates – In your eagerness to pack the most time-consuming things, your breakables, you pack away all your dishes. 2. Indigestion from too much takeout – You also…

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