Packing Up Childhood Possessions - How To Keep These Safe

Posted on: 29 May 2015

If your parents are moving out of your childhood home, they might ask to you to come and take items that are important to you. This can be a tough task to do because it can carry emotional ties with it. You'll want to keep childhood possessions that you once cherished safe, but packing up and deciding what to do with this items can be daunting. Here are four things to do if you are tasked to pack up and store your childhood memories.
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The Dos And Don'ts Of Moving With Your Indoor Cat

Posted on: 12 May 2015

Moving can be stressful enough on you, so just imagine how drastically it can affect your cats. By their very nature, cats are territorial animals, so uprooting them and introducing them to a brand new space is never easy. However, there are a few steps you can take to help make the transition a little easier on your indoor feline friends. DO Pack Kitty Toys Last Cats use their scent as a territorial marker, so keeping some toys and other items around that have your cat's scent on them can help ease their transition into the new space.
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Do People Ever Try To Live In Their Rented Storage Units?

Posted on: 9 April 2015

Maybe you're thinking about renting a storage unit for extra furnishings, business records or household goods, and you want to know how secure they are. Maybe your strange cousin mentioned that it would be cool to live in a storage unit at the last family reunion. Regardless, you're curious -- how secure are storage facilities? Can someone actually stay in a unit overnight? Legality of Living in a Storage Unit
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Ideas For Storing Christmas Decorations In A Storage Facility

Posted on: 8 April 2015

Every year, Christmas decorations start to pop up before the Thanksgiving dishes are done soaking. For many, Christmas is magical and when it comes to stringing lights and bringing a towering tree into their house, the sooner the better. But the decorating process isn't always easy. Strings of lights get tangled or don't work. Those salt dough ornaments with precious baby hand-prints can become meals for insects. Sometimes, an unnoticed leak from the winter melt could ruin pretty wrapping paper or Christmas linens.
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