Budget-Friendly Bathroom Organization

  Organizing your bathroom is no small chore, and trying to do it on a budget is even trickier. Even if adding a new storage closet to your bathroom isn’t in the financial cards right now, there are still some budget-friendly organization hacks you can do to make your bathroom neater and more efficient. Here are some of our favorites.   Declutter   This is our number one tip for any organization project. Your space will be so much easier to organize if it isn’t full of things you don’t need. Start by taking everything out of your bathroom cabinets Read More

How to Help Your Kids Transition to a New Home

  When your family is moving, there are a lot of changes in store, and your new house is just the beginning. Especially if you’re moving to a new city or new part of town, you’ll be dealing with a new area, new stores, and new neighbors. And if you have kids, it’s even trickier, since they’ll be facing a new school and new friends.   For some kids, moving can be a very difficult transition. Here are a few things you can do to help the transition be just a little easier.   Keep important things at hand.   Read More

Bedroom Storage on a Budget

  You almost never hear people say “I wish my house had less storage space.” It seems like people are always looking for new and creative ways to add more storage to their homes. And while many people tend to focus on adding storage to their kitchen, bathroom, or closet, just about every room in your house could probably use a little storage upgrade—including the bedroom.   Expensive storage solutions will do the trick, but if you want to stay budget friendly, you might have to get a little creative when adding storage to your bedroom. Here are some of Read More

A Teacher’s Guide to Self-Storage

  Hey, teachers: ever wish you had a little more storage space in your classroom? Or, have you ever wished your home wasn’t filled with all your school stuff every summer? Self-storage could be the solution for you.   While self-storage is a great way for anyone to store things they don’t currently need, teachers in particular can really benefit from renting out their own storage unit.   Here are some things to keep in mind if you’re considering using self-storage as a teacher.   You’ll get year-round storage.   Some teachers aren’t able to keep personal items (such as Read More

How to Choose the Right Storage Center for You

  If you’re looking for a self-storage unit, you might be overwhelmed by all your options. Most major cities have many options in many different locations, which means you have your pick of many choices. While this is generally considered a good thing, it might leave you wondering how you should go about narrowing down your options and actually picking one.   Here’s some of our best advice when it comes to choosing which storage facility is right for you.   Know your stuff.   To know what storage center is best for your stuff, you should start by knowing Read More

Storing Appliances in Self-Storage

  If you need to store some of your appliances in self-storage for a while, you should take extra care to store them properly. Appliances are a big investment and you don’t want them to get ruined when you’re trying to keep them safe.   Here are a few tips to keep in mind when you’re moving your appliances to your self-storage unit.   Clean Them Well   Appliances can get really dirty, even with normal use. Even your appliances that are supposed to clean things, like your dishwasher and your washing machine, can get a lot of dirt or Read More