Most people would love a roomier home. They'd love extra storage space to keep belongings like heirlooms, art, clothing and furniture. Or, they'd simply love a little more room to move around in. On the other hand, a select few people have so much space that they may never have enough stuff to fill it. In fact, some celeb homes are so gigantic that it may take months or even years for them to get around to visiting every room inside. For these few elite stars, storage will never be a problem.
Today marks the end of Stress Awareness Month, a 30 day period sponsored by The Health Resource Network (HRN) that aims to educate the public about the dangers of stress, coping strategies and misconceptions about stress in society. According to the American Psychological Association's recent Stress in America survey, adults continuously report high levels of stress and many report that their stress has increased over the past year.
Although most people associate our nation’s capital with politics, Washington DC is a vibrant city with plenty to offer to people of all walks of life. Whether you’re moving there for school, work or just a change of pace, relocating to Washington DC can be the first step to an exciting new chapter in your life.
Moving to one of America's fastest growing cities? While there are countless perks to city life, one downside is often a small living space. If you live in a small urban dwelling like a studio, fitting in all your stuff and finding storage space can get difficult. Of course, putting some of your things in self storage is always an option. But to make your cozy apartment livable, you'll need to become skilled in small space organization.
When you're on a student's budget and need help moving, your friends are often the first people you go to for help. Consider yourself a lucky person if you have a few pals that will change their schedules and devote a day to help you with the ordeal of moving. After you've settled in, how will you show your friends how grateful you are for carrying around your heavy stuff, reducing your stress and keeping you company while you moved?
After we learned the original Batmobile sold for $4.62 million (KAPOW!) at a car auction earlier this year, we wondered: Where besides the batcave could one safely store this iconic vehicle?
Moving to NYC? It can be both exciting and overwhelming. As an international hub of commerce and culture, there's no shortage of exciting career opportunities and unique things to do in the Big Apple once you’ve settled in. But moving yourself and all your belongings to the most populous city in the U.S. can be quite a challenge. Not to worry, we’ve got your back. Here are some smart moving tips for anyone planning on moving to New York City.
You'd be amazed by how many unique, stand-out costumes you can make for kids (or for yourself!) out of a simple cardboard box. Whether it's for Halloween or just for fun, you can create extraordinary DIY costumes like these and save a lot money. It's surprisingly easy to transform a cardboard box into
Moving and storage go hand in hand. Chances are if you are relocating, you’ll need to put some of your belongings in storage. Having a reputable company (ahem, like CubeSmart) as your storage partner can help make your moving experience go as smoothly as possible.
Moving Storage Size Guide Need help figuring out which size space to rent? Get Help Choosing the Right Size Moving and Storage Checklist Stay on track in the weeks leading up to your moving day and settle in with ease. Moving and Storage Checklist Home Inventory Worksheet Up-to-date records of your items by room can […]