Packing up and calling a new place “home” isn’t easy to do, and it comes with plenty of emotions, like excitement and uncertainty. While things feel like they’re moving entirely too fast, putting the time and effort into finding the right location for your new home is very important. It will make a world of difference in the long run.
Usually, people wait to clean their homes on the first nice day after the long, cold winter. You might know this as “Spring Cleaning.” Once that nice day hits, it’s time to buckle down and clean. But why spend the first day cleaning when you could be outside enjoying the beautiful weather? Winter is truly the best time to clean out the house. After all, you’re already shut in. You might as well be active and eliminate some housework.
Here are some winter organizing and cleaning tips:
It’s the same story every year. Your kids are a little anxious to see what you bought them for holidays. But adults know that anticipation is half the fun. That’s why we have listed some nifty hiding spots to stash your stuff.
Storage bins with seasonal decorations, paint cans, yard work equipment, bikes, toolboxes, trashcans—all of these things are often thrown into the corner of the garage. In fact, sometimes, that corner gets so full that it’s difficult to fit the car inside, too. If this sounds like your garage, it’s time to get organized.
The holidays are here, and that means many people are traveling to be with family and friends. Unfortunately, that also means traveling with the masses. We at Storage.com want you to have a great Thanksgiving, so we’ve compiled a few tips for traveling safely and easily, whether by plane or car. That’s right—there are simple ways to make the busiest traveling time of the year relatively pleasant and pain-free!