Denver Area Locations to Donate Household Items

Kitchen Appliances

One of the greatest nuisances of moving is figuring out where to recycle the heavy-duty items, like old appliances and furniture. The art of packing can be completed as a quick, robotic routine. Getting rid of an old washer, dryer, or couch is not a simple. It has to be planned out into a day […]

How to Pack Pictures when you Move

Picture Frames

Moving is expensive enough, without having to hire help for every single task. With minimal supplies and a little extra time, anybody is able to secure their priceless pictures, and mirrors, without outsourcing for professional help. The essentials needed to do so are moving boxes, they can even be re-used boxes; packing paper, bubble wrap, […]

Easing Your Move with Portable Moving Storage Containers

lady moving boxes

PODS, ABF U-Pack and Pack Rat If one were to add up all the decisions required to make for a move, how many would that be? Hundreds? Maybe even one-thousand, depending on the distance? Many questions people ask themselves when planning a move involve the cost of moving. Nobody wants to pay more than what […]

A Gym that’s Fit for Everyone…Your Home?

Everyone has felt the dread of going to the gym. For some, dread stems from the monthly fee, for others, it’s the long wait to use a machine during peak hours. Honestly, there are always those days, especially during the winter, when leaving the warmth of the house is too much to ask. For these […]

Guide to the Perfect Colorado Staycation

Travel is expensive, time-consuming, and over-all kind of hectic. It would be nice to absorb the sun’s rays on a Caribbean beach, but that’s not always feasible if you have a tight budget or just four days off. Living in Colorado, you’re already luckier than most, because this state is a major vacation destination, which […]

Cutting Costs: Home Design on a Budget

  Everyone should be able to experience the pleasure of feeling comfortable in their own home. Walking through the front door at the end of a long day should be a sense of relief, not a cringing reminder home is not exactly the way you’d like it to be. The trouble is, redecorating can get […]

Going Green: Eco-Friendly Moving Tips

  In 2016, 11.2 percent of the United States population, or roughly 36,301,304 Americans, moved. The consensus is, it takes 60 boxes to pack the average American household. Multiply 36.3 million by 60, and we have a really, really big number. The burden moving places on the environment is not small. Luckily, there are inexpensive, […]

The Trials of Keeping Floors Clean in the Winter

This unseasonably warm weather is a blessing, and a curse. The snow, for the most part, has melted away, leaving behind salty residue and dampened soil in its wake. Now might be a good time to consider giving any flooring, tile, hardwood, or carpet, a little TLC, especially with March, one of the wettest months, […]

Last-Minute Valentine’s Day DIY Flower Arrangement

You’re busy, we get it. It’s almost undeniable that Americans, as a community, are procrastinators. The International Council of Shopping Centers conducted a survey over the winter holidays and announced, 76 percent of adult shoppers anticipated they would still be shopping through Christmas, with Millennials making up the largest percentage of procrastination culprits. It would […]

It’s Never Too Late: New Year Resolutions & Goals

The majority of 2017 New Year’s resolutions revolve around self-improvement. A study shows 21 percent of people who made resolutions this year resolve to lose weight and eat healthier, 12 percent resolve to make life improvements in general, 9 percent are trying to make better financial decisions, and 7 percent will attempt to quit smoking. […]