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How to Efficiently Use Space in Your Home and Office

  There are a few neat advantages in smaller living or work spaces, but they usually come along with a reduced cost of maintenance and living as compared to the large spaces accommodated by some. You have to admit, that most of these places do not have enough space to work.Even if you don’t have […]

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Livible CEO Terry Drayton on The Bob Pritchard Radio Show

On Entrepreneurship, Start-ups and Persistence: Storrage founder and CEO, Terry Drayton, guests on The Bob Pritchard Radio Show When Livible Founder & CEO Terry Drayton and Bob Pritchard chatted Tuesday afternoon, the pair had plenty to talk about – entrepreneurship, success and painful learning over his 29 years doing 9 start-ups. “You can overcome all the […]

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7 Closet Organizing Apps to Revamp your Style

Don’t you know that you can organize your closet right through your phone? There are certain apps designed to help you organize your wardrobe and revamp your style, saving you money and time. These apps are like your personal digital wardrobe stylists; they identify trends and develop looks based on the stuff in your closet. […]

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42% of Consumers Prefer Valet Storage over Self-storage

Survey: 42% of Consumers Prefer Valet Storage over Self-Storage While most men are still willing to lug their items to a self-storage unit, women, millennials and urban dwellers of all ages would prefer to have a valet storage company do the heavy lifting for them, according to a new survey released today. With property and […]

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6 Things Better Kept in Storage when Selling your Home

When you place an ad for selling your home, you need to see what elements does a prospective buyer needs to see in your house which means you have to let go emotional attachment and create a new ‘show home’. To make it appealing, here is a list of six things that are better kept […]

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4 Quick Tips to Spring Cleaning your Closet

Spring is officially here – it’s time to clean the closets. Wardrobes and closets are always messy with useless things and with the passage of time they get ever messier because of us not paying any attention to them. So as we welcome spring, let’s us sort all the mess out of our closets. Here […]

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Lessons from Tiny Homes: A New Approach to Living with Less

Around a decade ago, tiny homes revolution started and people are downsizing the space they live in with emphasis in small spaces and simplified living. Not only that, it also make the occupants to cut down their belongings to only the necessities and gives them innovative ideas for consuming every inch of the house. Here are […]

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Valet Storage: A win-win approach to leverage self-storage

After more than two years of doing business in Seattle learning the ins and outs of the self-storage industry, Storrage valet storage service is now taking a page from apps-makers in the taxi industry like Flywheel who are working with cab companies rather than cutting them out of the process. So instead of competing with […]

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Rising Rents Drive Millennials to Buy Houses

Young Americans are slinking towards homeownership. Now this is not happening because of their parents, this is happening because of rising rents. In a recent Bloomberg post, millennials are now shifting to buying houses due to rising rent. They are thinking of saving up for down payments instead of spending all their money on rents. […]

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Beat The Clutter – Marie Kondo style

We’ve been pondering over a decluttering craze by a Japanese tidying expert, Marie Kondo. Her take on the topic, briefly, is that everything that has to do with our interests and feelings should be kept in company; these objects may be furniture, utensils, books, gadgets or anything that helps. The rest is clutter and should […]

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