Author: storagegenie

Spring Cleaning Checklist

Spring has sprung, and alongside brisk sunny days and blooming florals comes the great joy of decluttering and resanitizing your space.  According to a survey conducted by ACI National Cleaning, 91% of Americans partake in some form of spring cleaning. Even if you’re not one to relish in a reorganization, spring cleaning may also bring much-needed reprieve to those suffering from allergies—by eradicating microscopic pests and year-old grime from hard-to-reach places. No matter which way you look at it, spring is a time for renewal, and what better way to begin reviving your space than by checking out the...

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How to Store Paddle Boards

There’s nothing better than hitting the open water with a paddle board. Many people discover this after renting one at a beach and decide to buy their own. While owning a paddle board is fun and rewarding, storing equipment that size can pose a challenge. Thankfully, we’ve put together this guide to paddle board storage so you can focus on your beach time!  Paddle Board Basics Paddle boards—also called SUPs (Stand Up Paddleboards)—are large, surfboard-like rafts. A rider stands on the board, steering and propelling it with a long paddle. Whether you use them for yoga, fishing, or cruising...

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Baby Storage Solution Ideas

Every year, close to four million babies are born in the US. If you’re one of those new parents, congratulations! Having a baby—whether it’s your first or your fifth—is an exciting adventure. But as you’ve probably figured out, with a newborn comes new things. It’s amazing how much space you need for such a tiny human and all their associated stuff. We know how busy parent life can become, so we’ve assembled some baby storage ideas for you. Read on for some of our favorite baby storage solutions! Safety First Before you start implementing these baby room storage ideas,...

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Baby Clothes Storage Ideas

“They grow up so fast.” It’s a phrase you’ll hear endless times after you have a baby, and there’s undoubtedly some truth to it—especially when it comes to clothes. The fact that baby clothes are separated into categories like “newborn,” “0-3 months,” and “3-6 months” should give you a hint that babies outgrow clothes with record speed. All this means you’re likely to find yourself under a mountain of onesies before you know it. To help keep you on top of your toddler’s burgeoning wardrobe, we’ve assembled some baby clothes storage solutions. Keep reading for a healthy dose of...

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How to Move to a New City

These are just a few of the factors that can impact your final decision. After that, you’ll need to narrow down your search by selecting a neighborhood within the city that appeals to you most! Most cities have separate neighborhoods with completely different cultures, age groups, social scenes, communities, and overall vibes. It’s interesting to think that these layers and different neighborhoods all fall within the same city, but this is also part of what makes city-living so great. You’ll want to choose a neighborhood that aligns with your interests and your lifestyle.  How to Move Yourself and Your...

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Moving Costs: What’s Your Moving Budget?

Are you getting ready to make a move? If you are wondering how to move to a new city, we have the tips you need to prepare for the big move.   As you prepare for the big day, ensuring that your budget is organized, itemized, and prepared helps facilitate a seamless moving process! So, what are the expected moving costs you need to account for?  Let’s crunch the numbers.  Moving Costs To create and control your budget, you have to write out all the potential costs. Using Microsoft Excel (or Google Sheets), you can start by pricing out expected...

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8 Tips For Moving in Together

Moving in with your significant other can be a big step for a couple, but you’re not alone in doing it. An analysis of a Stanford University study shows that 50% of average American couples move in together after a year of dating. That number increases to 70% after two years. If you’re debating becoming a part of that statistic and need tips for moving in together, you’re in luck. We’ve compiled eight helpful tips to help you prepare for your new shared space from communication tips to the best self storage solutions. This guide will break up the...

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How to Store a Motorcycle

Did you know that properly storing your motorcycle can greatly extend the bike’s life? Well kept motorcycle storage can also help ensure that your bike will be fit to ride whenever you decide to ride it this year. Wondering how to store a motorcycle, and where to find vehicle storage units? Let’s review. Change the Oil and Fluids  Prior to storing your motorcycle, it’s important that you check on the fluid levels. If they’re low, fill them up to capacity. Doing so helps prevent oxidation and corrosion over time. From there, you should consider getting an oil change. Motor...

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