American Self-Storage Blog

Household Chores for Children

By Sample HubSpot User on Mar 6, 2019 10:45:00 AM


With technology and devices entering our lives at a rapid rate, it can be hard to get our children to engage in everyday household chores. There are many benefits to instilling the routine of average chores and it has been proven to make kids more responsible and prouder to act as contributors to the family.

Whether you commit to offering a small allowance for the completion of chores or limit their involvement in fun activities until the chores are complete, you can start to equip your children with independent qualities at a young age. Keep reading for simple chores children can help the household with.

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Tips for Moving Out of a Rental Property

By Sample HubSpot User on Mar 1, 2019 10:25:00 AM

Moving soon? Chances are you’re overwhelmed with the long list of tasks you need to complete before leaving your current rental property and moving into your next home. Whether you’re downsizing and putting half of your possessions in a reputable storage facility or you’re upgrading to a larger space, there are a few helpful tips we can provide to make the process a bit smoother.

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Get the Kids' Rooms Under Control

By Mark Livingston on Feb 13, 2019 10:15:00 AM

Kids have TONS of stuff! There's toy, after toy, after toy that they just HAD to have, but hardly play with. That all starts to really pile up!

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Organize Your Garage

By Mark Livingston on Feb 6, 2019 3:15:00 PM

Is your garage organized enough so that you can actually park your car in it? Most people would answer no. You pay hundreds per month on a car payment and insurance payment, so why not protect your valuable asset? Especially if you live somewhere that inclement weather is frequent and severe.

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30 Days to a Clutter Free Home - Part Two

By Mark Livingston on Jan 10, 2019 3:15:00 PM

30 Days to a Clutter Free Home - Part One

By Mark Livingston on Jan 3, 2019 11:15:00 AM

Day One

Grab two trash bags and try to fill one with trash and the other with things you can donate. Walk through every room and do a surface level organization. We'll get into the drawers and cabinets later.

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