and carefully wrap the fragile ones before storing so that they are in good condition and easy to set up again next year.
2. Go to the Garage – If you have a garage, shed, basement, closet, or other area of your home that has become a dumping ground for miscellaneous goods, start there. It can be a good way to tackle a lot of items at once and get a sense of what type of items have become forgotten or unwanted. Are you piling up a lot of gifts? Or maybe sentimental items have taken up residence in boxes? If your car has been displaced or your linens no longer have a home, consider moving those special but less functional or unused items to a storage facility.
3. Part with Belongings – Getting rid of things is one of the easiest ways to create less clutter and bring
4. Clean Out the Kitchen – The kitchen often contains broken tools, mismatched utensils, and unwanted machines or small appliances. If you gave up on juicing or only use your huge turkey roasting pan during the last months of the year, why not get them out of the way in a storage unit to wait until you do need them? Utilizing the efficiency of a storage unit, you can enjoy more shelf room, easier access to items you do use, and more counter space so that your kitchen can truly function well for you.