Going Overseas For A Long Time? 3 Ways To Optimize Storage Costs

When you go on an overseas vacation, you may be gone for a few weeks. But, you may have a job opportunity that you are taking that will require you to be gone for a long time. Moving out of your home is worthwhile because it will keep you from having to pay monthly expenses. But, this will leave you with all sorts of possessions that you need to store while you are gone.   Read More...

Preparing Your Motorcycle For Safe Long-Term Storage In A Self-Storage Unit

Whether you're running out of garage space or need to keep your motorcycle safely away from the elements during the winter, a self storage unit is a secure place to store your motorcycle for a long period of time. Motorcycles are small enough to be stored in smaller, inexpensive storage units, so you won't pay much to keep your motorcycle secure and safe from the outdoor weather. Before you store your motorcycle, you'll need to take a few precautions to make sure the engine and the battery remain in good condition.   Read More...

Two Tips For Getting Organized When You'Re Overwhelmed With Clutter

Studies indicate having a clean home does wonders for your mental and physical health. However, a home that's cluttered from floor to ceiling can be intimidating to tackle, and it's not surprising that you may be putting off trying to deal with it. If you desperately want to get your house in order but are overwhelmed by the task, here are a couple of tips to help work through your anxiety and get organized.   Read More...

3 Important Things That Can Help Your Home Sell More Quickly

Are you getting ready to sell your house? Do you want to make sure that it sells as quickly as possible? Whether you're selling so that you can take advantage of a job offer or you just want to be able to buy a new house to be able to accommodate your family's changing needs, it's understandable that you'd want to make sure that it gets sold as quickly as possible.   Read More...

Steps To Take When You Are Planning To Move Your Parent With Dementia Into Your Home

Finding out your parent has dementia can be a confusing and challenging time. And while your parent may be in the early stages of the condition and still able to function relatively normally, there will eventually come a time in which you will need to consider helping your parent transition to a new home. If that home happens to be your house, there are many steps that you can and should take to get your parent moved into your home with as little trouble and difficulty as possible.   Read More...