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Moving into our Chicago Pad

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 (Disclaimer: We have partnered with PODS to bring you this post. All opinions expressed are 100% our own, and are not influenced by PODS.)

As you saw yesterday, we found a place to live! Cue: happy dance.

Empty family room

But you also saw that our new home was very, very empty. That’s because since mid-September our belongings have been safe and sound in our PODS container.  That container has been sitting at a storage center in Bensenville, IL just waiting for us to find a new home.  It was finally time to open that bad boy up!

Locking up our PODS container

Back in St. Louis, I was just able to have the container dropped right off in our building’s back alley. But bigger cities (like New York & Chicago) have laws against containers on city property.  So because of Chicago’s city laws my PODS container could not be dropped off at our new place.

Luckily, PODS has a solution for delivering to these urban areas and they told me all about it when I booked my container. They partner with a local moving company in your new city (in my case, EMS Moving) and they act as a “shuttle” between your container and your new home.

Full moving truck

So I called up EMS Moving, set up my move time, got my container key over to them, and they handled everything.

Wrapped furniture

They emptied our PODS container on-site at the storage center, wrapped up our furniture to protect it (way better than we did by the way…), and loaded it into their moving truck.

EMS Moving

All we had to do was show up the day of the move and tell their team where to put everything.

Moving a mattress

For them…lots of carrying, sweating, and lifting of heavy boxes.

For me…lots of pointing, door holding, and hemming and hawing over what to order for lunch.

Moving truck in Chicago

Dang, they made moving pretty darn easy!

Jan and Chris

They brought 5 helpers (5!!), including our favorite guy, Chris. He was a rockstar and made sure everything went smoothly for us.

Empty moving truck

With all of the help, our truck was empty in no time at all. Now I’m left with a place packed full of stuff.

Messy bedroom
Boxes everywhere

Time to unpack…who’s coming over to help?

DIY Playbook Casey
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  1. Elaine

    Wow I really wish I’d known that info about PODS and cities! Sounds like it makes life WAY easier!

    Do you know if they do the same thing if you’re moving out?

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    1. DIY Playbook

      Elaine, I think it depends what cities you’re moving in and out of. Most smaller ones you can just drop off and pick the PODS container up from anywhere (soo easy and convenient!) But if you’re moving out of a big city (like Chicago or NY) they will hook you up with a local moving team to assist you. Pretty nice!

  2. DIY Playbook

    Elaine, I think it depends what cities you’re moving in and out of. Most smaller ones you can just drop off and pick the PODS container up from anywhere (soo easy and convenient!) But if you’re moving out of a big city (like Chicago or NY) they will hook you up with a local moving team to assist you. Pretty nice!

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  3. Jackie

    I’ve never been happier to be at work than I was that day! You guys have a LOT of stuff! I was very content to stop by post-move and watch you unpack for a bit. 😉

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  4. Jackie

    I’ve never been happier to be at work than I was that day! You guys have a LOT of stuff! I was very content to stop by post-move and watch you unpack for a bit. 😉

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  1. Elaine

    Wow I really wish I’d known that info about PODS and cities! Sounds like it makes life WAY easier!

    Do you know if they do the same thing if you’re moving out?

    Reply
    1. DIY Playbook

      Elaine, I think it depends what cities you’re moving in and out of. Most smaller ones you can just drop off and pick the PODS container up from anywhere (soo easy and convenient!) But if you’re moving out of a big city (like Chicago or NY) they will hook you up with a local moving team to assist you. Pretty nice!

  2. DIY Playbook

    Elaine, I think it depends what cities you’re moving in and out of. Most smaller ones you can just drop off and pick the PODS container up from anywhere (soo easy and convenient!) But if you’re moving out of a big city (like Chicago or NY) they will hook you up with a local moving team to assist you. Pretty nice!

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  3. Jackie

    I’ve never been happier to be at work than I was that day! You guys have a LOT of stuff! I was very content to stop by post-move and watch you unpack for a bit. 😉

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  4. Jackie

    I’ve never been happier to be at work than I was that day! You guys have a LOT of stuff! I was very content to stop by post-move and watch you unpack for a bit. 😉

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Welcome to our New Pad!

It’s official. We have a place to live!

As you know, we’ve been crashing at my mom’s house since August. She was so incredibly accommodating and we had a wonderful time with her! But our commute from the suburbs to downtown Chicago was a bear.  Also, let’s just say living with your mom doesn’t exactly make for the most romantic time with your fiancé (sorry Janimal!)


So now we are relieved and grateful to have found a place to call home.

Balcony View

We looked at about 10 listings before we found our place. At first the process was exciting, but eventually it became tiresome. Scheduling viewings after work, contacting real estate agents, browsing Craigslist and padmapper 24/7…not fun. I actually found our place on Craigslist. It was everything we were looking for (2 bedrooms, 1.5 baths, balcony, parking spot, and washer/dryer in unit!) and we told them we wanted it on the spot. 

We are certainly downsizing from our St. Louis pad, but we anticipated that. Chicago is an expensive city, and we’re just going to have to learn to live with less (bye, bye walk in closet. I will miss you so.)

As you’ll see our place is still completely empty. We got the keys from the landlord and decided that we wanted to paint the space and give it a deep clean prior to moving all of our stuff in. It was a heck of a lotta work, but we painted that bad boy in 1 weekend, and it now looking oh so fresh.
So let’s take a little looksie around the new place.
 
For the walls we chose a very light gray. It’s Sherwin Williams and it is called “Passive.” In some lights it looks like light blue, but I don’t mind. We feel it works well with the dark hardwood floor and white trim. What do you think?
Guest Room
 Those glass doors go to the craziest room you ever did see. It’s a small room that we are going to make an office/guest room. I don’t have any pictures because it is incredibly dark, but I promise they’ll be coming. Not only is the room small, but it is also uniquely shaped. Like a triangle, with weird nooks and crannies.  That room will pose quite the design dilemma for me, but I’m sure we will come up with some sort of solution to make it functional and fabulous (any and all advice will be greatly appreciated!)
World's Worst Closet
 Right when you walk in you will find the “World’s Worst Closet.” Okay..perhaps I’m exaggerating and I should just be happy that we have a front closet at all. But seriously…this thing is going to pose a problem for me. See it’s too shallow and narrow to hold actual coats. You can’t put a shelf rack in there to hang jackets, because the doors won’t close. I’m still at a loss as to how exactly we are going to organize this thing. It may be a challenge, but I’m not about to let any space go to waste. I’m thinking perhaps building something amazing to organize all of our shoes…
Kitchen
 Now we’re into the heart of our place…the kitchen and family room. I love the open kitchen because I think it is perfect for our lifestyle. Finn does a lot of the cooking (I know, I’m one lucky girl!) and it will be nice that we can be in the same room hanging out when he prepares dinner. We also have plenty of kitchen storage with all of those cupboards. So I’m looking forward to filling them up and getting things all neat and tidy. 
Family room
Now here is what we call the “family room” in our house. Fingers crossed our large sectional fits. I’m thinking it just might…
Fireplace

Over there you’ll find our fireplace and mantel. Yes, we have a fireplace. No, it does not work. Oh well…I’m sure I’ll have fun styling up the mantel and Finn is happy to have a large spot for his TV.

Master Bedroom
Here is our master bedroom. We painted the walls Sherwin William’s “Argos” and I love it! It’s a shade darker than the gray in the main room, and it too looks a little blue in some lights. Do you spot my two-tone nightstand in the corner?
Closets
Master Bathroom
Now onto the master bath. I’m sooo happy we have double sinks (keep your toothpaste chunks to your side of the vanity, Mr. Finn) Again, we’ll have plenty of storage for our toiletries. Bring on the cute baskets for sorting.
Balcony
Now my favorite part…the balcony! We didn’t have an outdoor space in St. Louis and I really missed it. I like having the ability to open up the door, walk right outside, and check out the weather in the morning. And sitting out there with my morning cup of coffee is going to be blissful.
Soldier Field
 I’m also really excited about our neighborhood. We can see Lake Michigan (kiiiinda) and Soldier Field from our balcony. I think we’ll even be able to hear the roar of the game on Sundays. And my brother and sister-in-law literally live in the building next door. Heck yes, let’s get some dinner parties started!
Our new neighborhood

As you can see we have A LOT of work to do. We need to move all of our stuff in (more on that tomorrow!) and then it is time to shop & decorate. The funny thing is we’re downsizing and getting rid of a lot of our belongings. But, we actually need to buy a few big things too (kitchen stools, small bed for guest room, lamps galore, etc.) 


Making our new place into a home is going to be a long process, but I’m so happy to have you join me on our little journey.
Casey DIY Playbook
P.S. If you read our blog via Feedly or are a subscriber, you may have gotten a sneak peek into an upcoming Favorite Things post. We got a little too eager for Christmas and hit that publish button a bit early. The full post will be coming your way in just a few short weeks…#staytuned
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  1. KristyDoyle

    I miss living in the city! How fun to live so close to everything like that. I have a feeling you’ll have no problem making that space work for you! Congratulations on the new space, I look forward to all the future posts about how you decorate it!

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    1. DIY Playbook

      @KristyDoyle:disqus you are too sweet! Yes, sooo fun to be close to work as well as some wonderful city spots. Lots of decorating to do that’s for sure…but it will be a fun challenge!

  2. KristyDoyle

    I miss living in the city! How fun to live so close to everything like that. I have a feeling you’ll have no problem making that space work for you! Congratulations on the new space, I look forward to all the future posts about how you decorate it!

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  3. DIY Playbook

    @KristyDoyle you are too sweet! Yes, sooo fun to be close to work as well as some wonderful city spots. Lots of decorating to do that’s for sure…but it will be a fun challenge!

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  4. Runt

    The place looks great! For the “world’s worse closet” could you possibly just hang hooks or something so that you can hang jackets, bags, etc. A shoe shelf in there would be amazing too! Maybe you could build a narrow shelf too! Something that’s just enough to hold keys, mail, small items you have in your hand when you walk in the door, etc. I’m curious to see that small triangular room too! =]

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  1. KristyDoyle

    I miss living in the city! How fun to live so close to everything like that. I have a feeling you’ll have no problem making that space work for you! Congratulations on the new space, I look forward to all the future posts about how you decorate it!

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    1. DIY Playbook

      @KristyDoyle:disqus you are too sweet! Yes, sooo fun to be close to work as well as some wonderful city spots. Lots of decorating to do that’s for sure…but it will be a fun challenge!

  2. KristyDoyle

    I miss living in the city! How fun to live so close to everything like that. I have a feeling you’ll have no problem making that space work for you! Congratulations on the new space, I look forward to all the future posts about how you decorate it!

    Reply
  3. DIY Playbook

    @KristyDoyle you are too sweet! Yes, sooo fun to be close to work as well as some wonderful city spots. Lots of decorating to do that’s for sure…but it will be a fun challenge!

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  4. Runt

    The place looks great! For the “world’s worse closet” could you possibly just hang hooks or something so that you can hang jackets, bags, etc. A shoe shelf in there would be amazing too! Maybe you could build a narrow shelf too! Something that’s just enough to hold keys, mail, small items you have in your hand when you walk in the door, etc. I’m curious to see that small triangular room too! =]

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Moving and Packing Tips & Tricks

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Last week I left you with an empty PODS container, and a very full loft of our belongings.

PODS container

Well, today I’m here to show you how we fit our 2 bedroom loft into our 16x8x8 container. (Spoiler Alert: It all fit!)

In order to save some cash, we decided to only order the PODS container. That meant that movers and moving supplies (including boxes, tape, dollies, or moving blankets) were not included in our PODS package. We figured we could improvise and find a way to make everything work on our teeny, tiny budget.

Our first inclination was to beg ask all of our friends and family to drive down to St. Louis and help us for the weekend. But then we thought about sleeping arrangements and the long drive…and decided to save our “manpower” for our Chicago move-in instead.

hire helpers

We then turned to hireahelper.com where we found 2 local movers to help us out for 3 hours. It only cost us about $230 and they brought their own dollies and moving equipment. This turned out to be the best decision for our move, and we saved money and time. #winwin

pods container full of stuff

While “the muscle” tackled the heavy furniture pieces, we focused on carting all of our small items down to the moving dock.

mix small stuff in with the big

This was the best system because could tuck small boxes and items right alongside the big furniture. It maximized our space, and kept everything tight and secure in the PODS container.

rugs in container

So our advice for you movers out there…use your space efficiently! Put boxes inside drawers, sneak rugs alongside bookshelves, and safely stack your belongings up to the ceiling. Use every inch of space you’re given wisely. Don’t just shove your stuff into the container, or it won’t fit!

finn filling pods container

I’m very lucky that Finn is very good at spatial organization. He can look at a space and know what can fit, and where it can fit. If it were up to me, I would put a box in the middle of the container and call it a day.  I would have needed 3 PODS containers!

use blankets and cushions

To keep our stuff from jostling around and scratching, we cushioned everything with our own belongings. Blankets, pillows, couch cushions…they were all used to pad the container and keep our stuff secure. We will have a lot of washing to do once we arrive at our new home, but it was worth it to not have to buy moving pads or blankets.

Pods container in the alley

After plenty of trips up and down the elevators, we finally had all of our stuff outside by our PODS container.

Finn climbing into PODS container

It took 5 helpers, 3 hours, and 1 packed PODS container…but we got ‘er done!

Closing our PODS container
Empty loft space
Empty loft and kitchen space

After saying our “goodbyes” to the place we called home for the past 2 years, we locked up our PODS container, and called it a day.

Our container was picked up two days later and taken to a secure storage center in Chicago. We’re now just paying a small fee for it to be stored.

The best part is now we can focus on the next important step…finding our new home! I promise to keep you (our favorite readers) in the loop as we search Chicago high and low for a fab new place.

Casey DIY Playbook
Chicagoans..any neighborhoods you recommend? Anyone have more moving tips and tricks for us? 
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  1. James Harrison

    Great tips!! If anyone don’t have much budget to move so its a good plan to take a PODs services. Its not only decreases your moving cost but is also help you to keep your goods safely.

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    Great tips!! If anyone don’t have much budget to move so its a good plan to take a PODs services. Its not only decreases your moving cost but is also help you to keep your goods safely.

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Moving Out of St. Louis with PODS

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Let me first say that moving is hard. It’s really really hard, and time-consuming, and stressful. 

But moving is also a very real and inevitable part of life. 

So with our move from St. Louis to Chicago looming over our heads, Finn and I brainstormed on how to get all of our crap belongings from point A to point B, without ripping all of our hair out.

The problem was we couldn’t just load up a truck and bring all of our stuff to our new apartment in Chicago, because we didn’t yet have that new apartment in Chicago. Minor detail…

So we considered storage. Then we realized we didn’t want to box up all of our stuff, put it into a truck, unload the truck into a storage unit. And then do that alllll over again once we found a place in the city. #backbreaker

After hemming and hawing about a few options, we finally had the brilliant realization that we should use a portable storage container.

That way we could load up the storage unit one time, transport it to Chicago, and then unload it once we found our new home. Genius! Less time spent moving, more time spent finding a new home.

After researching many companies, we finally decided to go with the company PODS.
PODS container
We liked their flexibility, and how they basically took care of absolutely everything. All we had to do was load up that bad boy, and lock ‘er up.

So let’s get into the nitty gritty of our move OUT of our St. Louis loft. (Yes, tears may have been shed.)

We decided to devote 2 days to report to “move-out duty.” That way we could have our PODS container delivered one day, and then fill ‘er up the next.

Since we live in downtown St. Louis, we were a little worried about where we would actually put the container. It’s not like we’re in a house where we could just plop it on the driveway. But after consulting with our building management, we found out we could put the container in our back alley, as long as it wasn’t blocking the street or the dumpsters. 
pods container right about here

PODS also assured us that it was a-okay with the City of St. Louis. In fact, they handle registering the device with the city.  As long as you have it out there for less than a week…you’re not breaking any laws. 

On a nice Friday afternoon, our PODS container was delivered. Here are some photos of the thing being lifted and moved onto the ground. Pretty crazy technology they have…

PODS truck delivery
PODS container drop off
PODS container being lifted
pods storage unit delivery

In the last few years of living together, Finn and I have acquired a lot of stuff. I mean a lot. Too much stuff if you ask me. Before we saw the container, we were a little unsure about cramming all of our belongings into it. In fact, we thought there was a 0% chance of us getting it all in that bad boy.

But, the moment we saw the PODS container and opened it up…we became a bit more optimistic.

So do you think we can fit all of this…

Moving boxes
boxes in the hallway
loft filled with boxes

…into this??

so much room in pod container

I’ll let you know next week when we chat more about the big move. I’ll also have some packing tips and tricks for ya…

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  1. Jackie

    I think I’m a bit scared that you are moving in across the street from me!! I’m sure to get roped into the unpacking of that bad boy. Maybe I’ll be “out of town” that weekend? Hmmmm….

    For real though, just have lots of wine handy and H and I will help you move in. Then we can say things like “Howdy Neighbor”. That’ll be fun.

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  2. Sam G

    That is great!
    Moving pods are becoming more and more popular, especially in the UK where there are a lot of people who know about them. It is amazing how much space you have.

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  5. ThomasMaloney

    Portable self storage these days are just the best thing when it comes to moving. One of these units and you don’t have to worry about a safe and secure place to put your stuff in between moves.

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    I think I’m a bit scared that you are moving in across the street from me!! I’m sure to get roped into the unpacking of that bad boy. Maybe I’ll be “out of town” that weekend? Hmmmm….

    For real though, just have lots of wine handy and H and I will help you move in. Then we can say things like “Howdy Neighbor”. That’ll be fun.

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  2. Sam G

    That is great!
    Moving pods are becoming more and more popular, especially in the UK where there are a lot of people who know about them. It is amazing how much space you have.

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  5. ThomasMaloney

    Portable self storage these days are just the best thing when it comes to moving. One of these units and you don’t have to worry about a safe and secure place to put your stuff in between moves.

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Sweet Home Chicago

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I’ve been hiding something big from you guys…

Goodbye St. Louis Hello Chicago

I MOVED!

Yep, I recently said adios to St. Louis and hello to Chicago! I left my job in STL and moved here at the beginning of August. I didn’t want to tell you guys until it was a bit more official, hence the reason you’re just finding out.

It’s not that we didn’t like St. Louis. We enjoyed a wonderful two years there. But it was just not home, and it was never going to be home for us. Our end goal was always to make it back closer to our friends and family, and that is finally happening!

Work:
I don’t want to dive into the nitty gritty of my work details, but I’ll briefly divulge. I wasn’t 100% happy at my previous job and I was craving something I was more passionate and excited about. Sure, the thought of leaving a secure position was incredibly scary, but with a little nudging from Finn and my family I ultimately decided to leave.

It was bittersweet leaving my coworkers and St. Louis friends behind, but I’m happy and relieved to finally be back at home. In fact, I found a new job and I’m loving every single minute of it. I feel challenged and excited every day. It’s a wonderful feeling and I’m looking forward to seeing what the future has in store for me in Chicago.

Yellow Front Door

Home:
Hi my name is Casey, and I live at home with my mom. Wow, happy to get that off my chest!

Nothing against the Janimal (we are having a blast!), but it’s just so hard to go from living on my own with Finn for 3 years…to back home. Not to mention running errands in your old hometown is torture. I run into someone I know every single time, and ultimately end up confessing that “I’m back at home living with my mom.” Makes me sound like a 25-year-old loser.

But, it is only temporary. Finn and I are hoping to move into a place downtown by October 1st. We just wanted some time to find the perfect apartment. A place that works out well for both of our commutes to work.

Let the apartment hunt begin!

Casey and Finn

Finn:
Sadly Finn had to stay in St. Louis for the month of August to finish up work. It’s been rough being apart, but lucky for me he moved back this past weekend. He actually starts his new job today, so please send positive vibes his way!

Rookies Reunited

Blog: 
It sure is hard writing a home decor blog when you don’t have your own space to decorate! But my mom says I can pay “rent” through some DIY projects around here. (pretty sweet deal if you ask me!) I’ve got a few on tap, so get excited for some home improvement to Jan’s casa.

I’ll be documenting our move from St. Louis to Chicago in the coming weeks, complete with tips and tricks on making it less of a pain. (don’t get me wrong, moving is still hard!) I’ll also document our apartment search as we scour the Chicagoland area looking for the perfect new home. Then hopefully by October we will have a new place dripping with DIY potential. That day can’t come soon enough!

Writing a blog with your best friend is difficult when you’re hundreds of miles apart, but now the rookies are reunited! Instead of blog phone calls, we can actually get together for coffee and blog talk. Instead of emailing pictures of a design dilemma, I can just drive over to Bridget’s house to see it in person. It’s amazing and we know DIY Playbook will only benefit from us being in the same city. And there should be plenty of shenanigans along the way…

Sorry about this book of a post, but I wanted to bring my favorite readers up to speed on my life. I’m excited for the future and I’m looking forward to spending the rest of my life in SWEET HOME CHICAGO. 

Casey DIY Playbook
P.S. Be sure to come back this afternoon for a Chicago themed gift idea…
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  1. Clare Brady

    so so thrilled!!! you gotta fill me in on where finn is working and where y’all are gonna live and stuff! Can’t wait to visit <3

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    so so thrilled!!! you gotta fill me in on where finn is working and where y’all are gonna live and stuff! Can’t wait to visit <3

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