Month: September 2017

The Psychology of Stuff: The Things We Cling to And Why

by Jay MacDonald on September 11, 2017 Does your stuff drive you nuts? Welcome to the human race. Based on our behavior alone, aliens would likely view us as a species of crazy packrats, showoffs, impulse buyers, clutter bugs, sentimental donors and conflicted

Entrepreneurs Rely on Storage to Grow Their Businesses

by Kerry Curry on September 18, 2013 3 Comments Entrepreneur Cheri Garcia invented a tanning bed that floats and was keeping her inventory of about 1,000 beds in a spare bedroom. But as her company grew and a major pool supply company agreed to

Green Updates to Look For In a Home in 2017

by Lauren Pezullo on June 30, 2017 This is the year of big inventions, big style, and big changes in the way we see green living. Gone are the days of sacrificing comfort for conscience or style for scruples. Here are five eco-conscious

The Dog Days of Moving Are Here, But Most Americans Would Rather Move in the Winter

by Alexander Harris on August 15, 2017 Yet another summer is coming to an end, which means another moving season is also coming to an end. Movers relocating to a new home during the “dog days of summer” might not be doing so

4 Ways to Get Organized for Fall

by Allie Johnson on August 15, 2016 Forget spring cleaning and first-of-the-year organizing. It turns out fall may be the season to put your life and home in order. Almost half of Americans say fall is the best time to get organized, according

The Ultimate Moving Checking List For a Successful Move

by Peter Walsh on May 2, 2017 0 Comments If you’re one of the 40 million Americans who’s moving house this year, then chances are you’re looking for all the help you can get. Moving can be a very stressful time but hopefully

How to Stay Organized When Unpacking in a New Home

by Emmet Pierce on August 1, 2017 Keeping a home organized isn’t easy, but moving to a new dwelling will give you a chance to start fresh, creating a well-ordered and clutter-free environment. You’ll need to make a firm commitment to the project

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