Posted on Nov 12 2013 - 12:03am by Guest Contributor
Comments Off on One Man’s Trash is a Charity’s Treasure – Tips for Donating Your Excess Items

Have you ever had some stuff that you knew you didn’t need any longer, but you also couldn’t bring yourself to throw it out? It might be something where you know a person could benefit by having your item, but you didn’t know who that person was or how to get it to them.   Before you give up and just toss out the item or leave it in the back...

Posted on Nov 11 2013 - 7:00am by Jessica Johnson
Comments Off on Bring Fall to you With a DIY Fall Festival

  It’s fall, my favorite season! Nothing puts me in a good mood like the first snap of cool air or the sight of orange edging the leaves on the trees. The advent of fall seems like a reason to celebrate, and of course it has traditionally been a great time for many harvest festivals. Why not make up your own rite of autumn this year by putting together a festival...

Posted on Nov 9 2013 - 7:00am by Jessica Johnson
Comments Off on Fast-Growing Palm Coast, Florida, Gets the Storage it Needs

    Palm Coast, Florida, is a city on the move. Its population—currently at more than 75,000—is increasing rapidly. New residents are attracted by the beautiful coastal scenery; jobs in mid-sized businesses in its industrial parks; and proximity to St. Augustine, Daytona Beach, Orlando, and Jacksonville. ...

Posted on Nov 8 2013 - 7:00am by Dayna Hathaway
Comments Off on Halloween Storage That Isn’t Scary

  I don’t like scary movies, but I absolutely adore Halloween! What’s not to love? It’s filled with pumpkins, autumn wreaths, spooky decorations, black cat potholders (guilty), creative costumes, a lovely parade of trick-or-treaters plus candy – all with the crunch of leaves underfoot. And, of course, my yearly viewing of “It’s the Great Pumpkin,...

Posted on Nov 6 2013 - 7:25am by Guest Contributor
Comments Off on 3 Design Concepts that Prevent Theft at Work

 James Anderson– James Anderson is a writer for School Lockers and has unfortunately fallen victim to workplace theft in his career. Well thought out interior design has many advantages. It can not only breathe new life into an old space, but can also increase functionality in an office setting. Most people wouldn’t ever see design as a deterrent to...

Posted on Nov 4 2013 - 7:00am by Jessica Johnson
Comments Off on DIY: No-sew Curtains and Shades

I don’t know about you, but the words “window treatment” strike fear into my non-crafty heart. I can’t count the number of times I’ve been left pulling my hair out as I try to properly measure, purchase, and install curtains, shades, and their infuriating hardware. Unfortunately, short of nailing a random square of fabric over your window, there’s no way...

Posted on Nov 1 2013 - 7:00am by Dayna Hathaway
Comments Off on How to Pack it Up: Organizing Your Child’s Lunchbox

Staying organized when your child’s in school is full of challenges, but organizing your child’s lunchbox shouldn’t be one of them. Just follow these easy steps to pack healthy lunches your kids will love. Step One: Set Out Lunchboxes First, set out your kid’s lunchboxes in front of your preparation area. This will give you a visual for how much food...

Posted on Nov 1 2013 - 7:00am by Jessica Johnson
Comments Off on Three Easy Ways to Decorate Your Home for Fall

Autumn is here, which means fallen leaves, pumpkins, spiced cider and beautiful rich fall colors. All of these are perfect for decorating your home for the next few months. Many people love to switch up the look of their home every couple of months as the seasons change. It makes for a welcoming looking and not to mention it’s fun to have a few craft projects...

Posted on Oct 30 2013 - 7:00am by Jessica Johnson
Comments Off on Pinterest Favorites: Halloween Tricks and Treats

  The best day of the year is here again: Halloween! What’s better than dressing up in as creative a costume as you can muster and having people give you as much candy as you can carry? Too bad I’m too old to go trick-or-treating, but I can still enjoy the holiday’s festivities. Pumpkin carving, ghoulish baked goods, and general silliness? I’m in! ...

Posted on Oct 29 2013 - 6:02am by Dayna Hathaway
Comments Off on Storage Unit Sizes for All Needs

  Sometimes numbers just sit there and stare at you, and I’m not talking about being bad at math! What I mean is that it may be difficult to get a sense of how big a space really is when you’re just gazing at numbers.   I’d like to help you figure out which size storage space may fit your needs. Keep reading to learn what typically fits in each size storage unit. I’ve also taken this a step further with some fictional storage customers! ...