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No-Nonsense Storage Tips and Strategies

Want to organise your storage unit? Want to decide what to store? Want to read tips on buying other people's storage units? Regardless of what you hope to learn about storage, I want to share it here. Hi, my name is Chelsea, and as an avid collector who has almost always lived in small spaces, I have had to hire countless storage units. Now, I want to share knowledge from my experiences with you. Please, explore these blog posts -- I hope they will help you. When I'm not writing here or in my journal, I curate my collections. I have a number of collections, but my favourites are my mid-century modern doll furniture collection and my circa 1980's Disney wrist watch collection. Enjoy reading!

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Self-Storage: Little Known Mistakes to Avoid

When opting for self-storage solutions, it is not uncommon to find some individuals who will simply toss their belongings into the unit and forget about them while they are out of sight. This may seem like the easy way to do it, but the reality is not putting much consideration into your needs will likely lead to you overlooking some mistakes. To make the most of your unit as well as ensure that your belongings stay in good condition, there are a number of things to keep in mind. Read More 

Moving Into a Tiny Home: Four Essential Tips to Help You Downsize

Moving to a tiny house is an exciting prospect, but if you arrive at your tiny house with a removals truck full of possessions, you and your stuff simply won't be able to fit into your new home. During the transition, you need to pare down your possessions, but just how do you downsize into a tiny home? Take a look at these tips: 1. Start with needs and realities Read More 

5 Top Tips for Organising Your Self Storage Unit

Whether you use self-storage for your business or for things have no room for, you will always benefit from a well-organised unit. These top tips will ensure that you'll be able to put your hands on something when you need it, saving you time and irritation. Shelving Units Many storage units come as an empty space, with no shelving. Depending on your use, this may work better for you. However, if you're planning on keeping your storage for a while, say for business purposes, then investing in plastic modular shelving units (designed for garages) is a good idea. Read More 

Quick Tips for Making a Storage Shed More Functional

Storage sheds are typically used to store your lawn care items or a small tractor and not much more. However, if you have a storage shed on your property or are considering purchasing one, you want to ensure it is as functional as possible for you. You can make some simple changes to your current shed or ensure that you look for certain features when shopping so you get the best shed possible for your property. Read More 

Storage Unit | 3 Steps To Pack A Detachable Glass Coffee Table For Storage

If you're planning on renovating or moving, then you probably need to keep most of your furniture in a storage unit until you can use them again. But storing furniture requires careful planning and preparation because you don't want to end up damaging any item. This guide is designed to help you learn how to pack a detachable glass coffee table for furniture storage. Disassemble The Coffee Table The first thing you need to do when preparing to place your coffee table in storage is to disassemble all the components. Read More