The Storage Post Blog

Married couple holding hands

The wedding was a blast, but now what do you do with all your stuff? Don’t get bogged down in your belongings! Follow these tips to make the process a breeze.

Stressed college student

Self-storage can be a lifesaver for college students, especially if you know what you’re doing. Check out these helpful tips to make the most out of your student storage.

An antique car inside of a garage

If you’re planning on converting your garage to a multi-purpose space or just trying to make a little room, these five projects will help make the most of your carport.

A modest white house

When it comes to home furnishing, how do you know when enough is enough? We asked Lauriann Stepp the Clutterologist a few common questions about keeping a tidy home.

Stressed out man

Follow this step-by-step guide to decide what furniture comes with you and what gets stored, sold, or donated.

Office supplies and utensils organized

Lauriann Stepp, The Clutterologist, gives some tips to new home buyers and anyone looking to simplify their move-in process, as well as a handy tip for homestaging.

Messy dorm room

Ignorance is bliss. Unless that ignorance means a less-than-blissful living space. Don’t be in denial about your dorm, check out these five warning signs to see if you’re messier than you think.

Person sorting through a record collection

Storage Post has five tips to wrangling your collection and solving your storage crisis.

Basketball hoop

Oddly shaped sports equipment can limit your storage options when swapping out one season’s equipment for another. So we’ve come up with five ways to get these items under control. 

Clean dorm room

Living in a dorm means living in a tiny space. And you share it. Here are 5 ways to maximize those precious inches and claim them as your own.