using storage units for your kids' stuff

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using storage units for your kids' stuff

Do your kids have more toys than you have room for? If so, you have two options - get rid of some of the toys, or find a new place to store them. I ran into this problem a few years ago and came up with a solution that has really worked for us. I rented a storage unit. I take the toys that don't seem to get played with to the storage unit and let them stay there for a few months. When a get a box or two of toys that the kids don't play with any longer, I box them and retrieve what I had stored prior. This keeps the kids interested in the toys and keeps them organized. Find out more about using storage units for your kids' stuff on my blog.

Residential Moving Tips Everyone Should Know About

20 December 2022
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During a move, most people focus too much on planning and packing and forget other crucial activities that are part of the process. While it is okay to plan ahead of time, declutter, and buy the ideal packaging material, you also need to consider that you're going to a new address. However, creating a solid plan that includes other facets of the move gives you a stress-free experience. Here are some moving tips you should know. Read More …

Downsizing Is Cathartic: What You Move, What You Store Can Give Your Spirit A Lift

24 February 2017
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You've finally found that house on the lake that you've always wanted. The kids will be raised and on their own in a couple years. It's time to move from your four-bedroom colonial to a two-bedroom cottage. Downsizing comes with some up-sized challenges--what to move and what to place in storage. You know you're going to need the basics: couch, table, chairs, beds and occasional tables to sit lamps on so you can read. Read More …

Making A Moving Job Easier For Your Moving Service

6 June 2016
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If you are planning on moving to a new town, and you have a home full of furniture and personal belongings to take along, you will most likely call a moving company to help with the task. When movers arrive at your home to take belongings out to place in their truck, the atmosphere will be abuzz with plenty of activity. At this time, it is easy for someone to become injured due to distraction if proper precautions were not taken beforehand. Read More …

Are You Moving For Work And Have Upset Kids? 4 Ways To Comfort Them

11 April 2016
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Just because you may have committed to working in a profession that could require you to relocate does not mean that moving will be any easier for your family, especially for your children. After finding out that you are moving for work and telling your kids, you may have a family problem on your hands. It is up to you to do everything you can to help your children get through the moving process. Read More …

Things To Consider Before You Decide To Relocate

22 January 2016
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Deciding to pack up and move to a new location involves many factors. You may want to move to explore new job opportunities, or you may just want to shake up your life. If you are feeling restless and unhappy, it may be time for you to expand your horizons and relocate. First, you need to consider the repercussions of such a move. New Employer Before you commit to a move, you need to investigate the financial health of your employer and determine their commitment to you. Read More …