Nov 27, 2019
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7 Holiday Decoration Storage Tips When the holidays are over, it is easy to feel like the Grinch with all the decorations needed to be stored away until next year’s festivities. Big Tex Storage is here to help you. A one-stop self-storage solution is exactly what Santa wanted to gift you this season to ease the holiday headache. How to Store Seasonal Decorations 1. Stow Bags and Wrapping Paper in a Chest. Saving your holiday bags and wrapping paper for next year is a practical way to cut down gift costs,

May 3, 2019
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When you're leaving college for the summer and packing up your dorm room, what are your options for storing your stuff? You've got all the stuff you need to be a fully functioning student – furniture, appliances, books and bedding – but you likely won't need any of these things again until fall. Why Consider Storage Units? Storage units can provide a cost-effective option so you don't have to drive or fly with all your items. They're especially useful for college students who live far away from home or are going

Mar 21, 2019
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Although the weather shifts between seasons aren’t as dramatic in Texas as they are in other parts of the country, you still need to rotate seasonal clothing for your family, put away winter holiday decorations, and much more. While you know that spring cleaning is necessary, it’s also a big job. Here's our spring cleaning tips checklist. All at Once or a Little at a Time? Before you tackle your spring cleaning job, assess how much time you have to devote to the project. If you have an entire weekend free

Feb 28, 2019
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If you’re one of the many people inspired by the Marie Kondo Method, you’ve likely attempted to declutter your home. Maybe tidying up was your New Year’s Resolution, or perhaps you decided to start “spring cleaning” a little early after catching Marie’s new Netflix show. You’re not alone. One in four Americans has a “clutter problem.” Eighty-four percent worry their homes aren’t organized. The need for help with the insurmountable task of “decluttering” has exploded so much that the National Association of Professional Organizers has grown from 400 to more than

Jan 29, 2019
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People sometimes have mistaken ideas about what it means to become a minimalist. Perhaps you have heard some of the myths that minimalism means giving away nearly all of your belongings, selling your home, and living in the tiniest space possible. The reality is that minimalism is about much more than any specific action you can take and is more of a mindset that you embrace. If you have decided you want to become a minimalist, here's how to start. Start by Changing One Aspect of Your Life Becoming a minimalist

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