There’s a reason Dorothy insisted “there’s no place like home”: it just feels better to be in your own space. But every year, thousands of Americans have to leave their homes temporarily because of a natural disaster or other damage-causing calamity, moving their families and living in hotel rooms or …keep reading
When a hurricane is in the forecast, storm-related damage may be top of mind. But there’s also a real chance the power may go out, maybe for several days. Fortunately, a little smart preparation can go a long way to help keep your family safe when the electrical grid goes …keep reading
Life changes mean you have to deal with your stuff—literally. Moving to a smaller apartment, getting married and combining households, or having an elderly parent move in could mean needing to put possessions in a storage unit.
One out of 10 Americans rents a storage unit, according to …keep reading