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Studying Abroad? Here's How to Store Your Stuff

Studying Abroad? Here's How to Store Your Stuff

For many college students, studying abroad is a dream come true. It’s a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to see new sites and immerse yourself in another culture — and not just for a week or two on vacation, but for an entire semester. 

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7 Cheap Dorm Storage Hacks Every Freshman Needs to Know

7 Cheap Dorm Storage Hacks Every Freshman Needs to Know

Moving into your college dorm is both exciting and challenging. It’s exciting because you get to meet your new roomie, who will hopefully be your first good friend in college. But it’s challenging because you’ve got to learn how to live with a new person in a small space. 

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Is Your College Student Caught Between Leases?

Is Your College Student Caught Between Leases?

Summer is here, finals are over, and your college student has all their belongings packed up and ready to move to their new apartment.

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Climate-Controlled Storage Units: Why You Need It to Protect Your Stuff

Climate-Controlled Storage Units: Why You Need It to Protect Your Stuff

If there’s one thing Colorado’s known for, it’s the unexpected temperature changes. One day can take us through four seasons. Inside the average storage unit most companies provide, these temperature changes are much more drastic. When it’s hot outside, a storage unit can be scorching, and on a cool winter day, your treasures could freeze.

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4 DIY Nail Polish Storage Solutions

4 DIY Nail Polish Storage Solutions

Whether you're a nail polish fanatic or you only have a few bottles, it's a good idea to keep your collection organized. Luckily there are several different ways you can make your own storage for nail polish that doesn't cost an arm and a leg, saves space, and looks amazing.

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Best Food Storage Solutions for Your Dorm

Best Food Storage Solutions for Your Dorm

Even if you have a cafeteria at your college, it's likely that you'll want to keep some food in your dorm. Snack foods, quick and easy meals, and a variety of other consumables will permeate your room. Luckily, there are a variety of storage options for your food.

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Storing Your Stuff for Summer Break

Storing Your Stuff for Summer Break

The semester is winding to a close, and you're looking forward to spending the summer in your hometown with your parents. There is only one problem: What do you do with all of your stuff? Throughout the school year, you might have accumulated more than you can take back to your parents' house with you. You can't stay in your dorm room for the summer, or your new lease doesn't overlap with your current one. Either way, you've got a window of time where you have nowhere for your stuff to go.. Use the following tips to help you store your stuff this summer.

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How to Deal With Your Shoes in a College Space

How to Deal With Your Shoes in a College Space

Glamour Magazine found that the average woman will spend $25,000 on shoes in her lifetime! At any given time, the average woman owns 19 pairs of shoes. According to another estimate, women own 27 pairs of shoes on average, while the average man owns 12 pairs. If you're like other people who can't get enough of the latest footwear fashions, but you live in a college dorm, you might find yourself struggling to deal with all those fabulous sneakers, heels, penny loafers, and non-slip work shoes. The following tips might be just what you need to get your foot wardrobe under control.

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