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Life has a habit of throwing curveballs, and sometimes we end up with too much stuff and not enough space. One way to optimize home storage is to rent an offsite self-storage storage unit.

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Setting up life in New York City is exciting and full of surprises, but let’s be honest, it’s not the cheapest place to live nor does it offer a lot of space for your stuff.

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The pandemic has caused the world to spend a lot of time in our homes.

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A few miles from New York City, nestled on a peninsula between the Hudson and Hackensack Rivers,

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“Baton Rouge” in French translates literally to “red stick” in English. Historians argue it either referred to a demarcation line between the hunting grounds of two tribes, a stick used for drying fish and game that had been stained red with blood, the red cypresses that line the bayous or the name the Native Americans referred to the land by, “Istrouma,” which translated roughly to “red stick”.

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People in the United States have a lot of stuff. We’re good at acquiring more items but not always great at parting ways with our belongings.

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Self-storage units can provide peace of mind, free up space at home and keep seasonal or seldom-used items out of the garage.

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Ah, New Orleans: the Big Easy, land of Creole, Cajun, Jazz and Mardi Gras, melding its French, Caribbean, African and Spanish ancestry into unique awesomeness.

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She sheds and man caves are little getaways right in your own home or on your property. But making the space for one can seem daunting.

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Suffolk County is the easternmost part of New York State, the largest county on Long Island and is rich in history. It has approximately 1000 miles of coastline.