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Storing Smarter Every Day

I have always been the kind of person who loves organization, which is why inheriting a bunch of items from a long lost aunt was really difficult for me. I realized that I couldn't part with things, but I knew that I had to store things in a smart way if I wanted to have enough room. I started going through things, nesting boxes, and working on a viable solution, and before I knew it, things were really coming together. I wanted to start a blog for people who need help storing things, so that you can get the advice you need.


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4 Ways a Storage Unit Can Help Parents Solve Problems

Most parents can use all the help they can get. But have you considered the kind of assistance you can get from a simple storage unit throughout the stages of your children's' life? If not, consider some of these excellent benefits of a little extra rented space.

1. Save Hand-Me-Downs. Any parent who has multiple children of different ages — or who plans to have more — knows the value of saving stuff from one kid for another. But most American families don't have the space to do so, at least in any sort of organized manner. A personal storage unit frees up space in your home and allows you to store things in a calm, logical, and organized way for as little or as long as you need to. 

2. Transition Away From Children. Throwing out or donating your child's belongings and toys once they have outgrown their usefulness is a constant struggle. As soon as a child sees something familiar, they often get an immediate reattachment — which means you may not be able to get rid of items even when they're truly unnecessary. Why not shift the task of sorting through items and determining what to do with them to a location away from home? You'll make your life easier and reduce stress on children. 

3. Store Extra Stuff. Babies and kids come with a lot of stuff. The sheer volume of necessary and preferred items can easily become overwhelming. While you need many things from day to day, some items aren't actually used very often. This includes such items as seasonal clothing, toys, sports equipment, and vacation accessories. Instead of filling your home, remove less-used belongings to a separate storage area for access only when you need them. This way, you can keep better track of daily-used goods.

4. Buy in Quantity. Buying things for babies — like diapers, wipes, food, toys, and hygiene supplies — in bulk will save parents a great deal of money and time. But who has space to store bulk goods until you use them all? Even a small storage area can provide plenty of space to stock up on what you need. You'll pay less per unit and avoid frequent trips to buy what you run out of. 

Which of these storage unit benefits could make your life simpler? Whether you need extra room or the ability to do some tasks out of the sight of your kids, a storage unit could be an easy solution to a variety of parenting challenges. Get started today by visiting a storage rental facility in your area.