Since debuting on Netflix, “The Home Edit” and “Tidying Up with Marie Kondo” has taken the world by storm. Thanks to the shows, people are embracing different methods to declutter and organize their homes. While many of us are spending more time at home (or serviced apartments for some of us in Hong Kong) in a COVID impacted world, it’s important to keep our homes tidy to reduce stress and improve happiness. Here are some simple ways to help you declutter your home to help you make the most of your downtime at home.
As online shopping becomes more and more popular in the modern age, SMEs and even more well-established, time honoured brands have encountered pressure to jump on the e-commerce bandwagon and take their business online, allowing their customers to complete purchases anytime, anywhere. Delivering goods to customers quickly and efficiently, however, is a difficult challenge that many companies face. Fortunately, some third party logistics companies now provide one-stop online store logistics services, handling everything from receipt of goods, packaging, storage to delivery, making this an appealing choice for many enterprises.
The ongoing trend of online shopping has undoubtedly provided bigger and better business opportunities for merchants, especially SMEs. However, many problems must be taken care of in order to successfully sell products online, with potentially the greatest of them all being logistics. Running an online store requires the integration of many operational stages, including ordering, receipts, warehousing, packaging, transportation and delivery. Each of these stages is interconnected and cannot be disorganized. Even a slight delay or mistake in any of them (for example delivery lags, incorrect goods or damaged goods) can seriously affect customer experiences, in turn harming online store reputations and future business levels.
I have a lot to share when it comes to the usage of mini storage. I have been utilizing mini storage for a very long time due to Hong Kong’s shortage of land and my habit of keeping books. I’m confident to say I am one of the first people in Hong Kong to rent a mini storage. In recent years, there are more and more companies offering similar services. However, just because there are more options does not mean service is getting better. Let me share my experience with mini storage with you and the problems involved.
Small flats are a fact of life in city life. And no matter how big your home is, it seems like they never are quite big enough! Nowhere is that more true than in Hong Kong. With every square foot being so expensive, it is important that we make use and maximize every valuable inch of our homes.