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.
Despite the modern day emphasis on digitization and environmental consciousness, most companies still have a need to utilise paper documents on a daily basis, resulting in piles of old documents and receipts accumulating in the office. The biggest problem, however, is that these documents must not be casually handled or dismissed, as one careless mistake can lead to a major company loss. Let’s allow Boxful, an expert in storage affairs, help you understand the importance of proper file storage and some tips on file management.
As space becomes a luxury and household items start to build up, mini-storage is quickly becoming a popular solution for most Hongkongers.
At Boxful, our packages Mini-storage’s packages are based on the size of your selected storage space. The more items you’d like to store, the more space you’ll need and the more expensive it can be.
In this handy guide, we’ll show you how to use your space efficiently, allowing you to save cash on rent.
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.
Hongkongers are no strangers to moving home. As rents constantly rise, tenants face little choice but to find new apartments every two to three years, with many forced to downsize.
Those stuck in limbo often seek temporary accommodation during their moves – and in those already-stressful situations, finding short-term solutions for all your belongings can be demanding.
But worry no more! Boxful is here for you, with our helpful short-term storage tips.