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Storage Ideas for a Small Dorm Room

Have you recently moved away from your parents’ home for the first time in your life? Perhaps, you’re attending college at a location thousands of miles away from your parents’ house. You might be having difficulty fitting all of your belongings in the small dorm room you’re staying in. If you can relate to this bothersome scenario, finding ingenious, storage solutions is crucial. For instance, you might want to install open shelves in your dorm room. You can place textbooks, computer supplies, photos, and other items on these convenient shelves. Investing in a closet organizer is also a great idea. You may even wish to rent a unit at a storage facility near your college. On this blog, I hope you will discover how to smartly store your things while living in a tiny, dorm room. Enjoy!


Complications You Might Face When Moving Crossing State Lines With House Plants

24 April 2017
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Are you so attached to your house plants that you cannot imagine leaving them behind when you move? If your answer is yes, you should know that moving with plants, especially across state lines, isn't a straightforward affair. Here are some of the complications that may plague such a move: You May Not Be Allowed to Move the Plants Each state has laws on which plants you can or cannot bring across its borders. Read More …

Tips For Moving Your Pet To A New Home

18 April 2017
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Moving to a new home that is located in a different part of the country may be one of the most challenging but exciting tasks that you will ever experience. These challenges can be especially acute for those that will be making this move with their pet. However, you may find that you are able to greatly reduce the amount of stress that your pet experiences from going through a long move by taking advantage of the benefits that can be provided by following several basic tips. Read More …

Tips To Ensure Your Plants Don’T Die After A Move

13 April 2017
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Moving can be very stressful for plants. If you aren't careful, your beloved plants will wither and die shortly after your arrival. Here are a few preemptive tips to ensure your plants don't meet such a sad end: Heavy Watering A Few Days Prior to Departure The moving environment may expose your plants to extreme temperatures that may dry up the leaves and roots. For example, the dry air of the winter season can easily dry up house plants that are used to comfortable environments. Read More …

Have Trouble Getting Around? Find A Storage Unit That Is Naturally Accommodating

12 April 2017
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Getting into an accident may have led to an injury that keeps you from getting around easily. You may only be able to walk with the assistance of balance support, but your lifestyle may not have changed. It just requires that you get creative with how you do things to avoid major complications. If you end up needing additional storage space in your home, you may not want to move out just to meet this need. Read More …

Looking to Cut Costs on Hiring Movers? Take a Strategical Approach to Leaving Items Behind

11 April 2017
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When you first start thinking about a move, you may envision taking all of your possessions. But, once it gets closer and you begin to request estimates about how much it would cost to move everything, you might find out that your budget will not be enough to cover the transportation of all your items. It is at this point that you will need to decide whether to increase your budget or find a way to cut down costs. Read More …