Ask a Storage Aficionado: How to Have Fun with a Storage Unit

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This is how I feel when I’m drinking coffee at the Starbucks at Dodge and 72nd in Omaha, Nebraska.

I’m often asked, “Storage Aficionado, what are five fun ways that I can use my storage unit?” How often? Easily four or five times per week. Rather than continually needing to discuss storage fun while using the men’s room at the Starbucks at Dodge and 72nd in Omaha, Nebraska, I will publish my advice. I hoping that this blog allows me to urinate in peace. Continue reading

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Ask a Storage Aficionado: Zombie-Proof Tupperware Edition

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The Storage Aficionado starts his day with a carefully brewed cup of Colombia’s finest.

Hi Storage Aficionado,

I’m one of those Apocalypse guys who’s always preparing for the worst. I have too much food for my bomb shelter, but to get rid of it means I’m not preparing for whatever may come. I’m wondering if you have any storage unit tips for keeping large amounts of food fresh for years, or until I need it for the Zombie Apocalypse of 2035?

You’re always welcome to join my squadron,

ACE MACK Continue reading

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Ten things you never want to overhear your movers say

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ten things you don't want to hear your movers sayI refuse to personally move my things whenever I change domiciles.  I despise heavy lifting and anything that makes me sweaty, so moving boxes just isn’t my thing.

I also refuse to help friends move.  This may make me sound snobby but if they were my real friends they wouldn’t ask me to help them move.

They’d ask me if I wanted their extra New Kids On The Block concert tickets. Continue reading

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How to pack for the big move (and how we ACTUALLY do it)

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Lisa Newlin is BSO’s newest author. Her work is reguarly featured at NickMom and in the hot-selling book, “YouHave Lipstick on Your Teeth: And Other Things You’ll Only Hear from Your Friends In The Powder Room.” If you want to read more by Lisa, and we can’t think of any good reason why you wouldn’t, check her out at lisanewlin.com/blog, or of course, come back here soon.
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