Living in Edmonton

Welcome to the “The Gateway to the North”, Edmonton, the most northern city in North America! As a resident of Alberta’s capital, here are a few things that might make your time living in Edmonton a little bit more enjoyable. Life in Edmonton If you’re struggling for something to do in Edmonton, you just aren’t […]

Moving to Ottawa

Home to Canada’s most famous festivals and known as the most educated city in Canada, it’s no surprise that you’re considering moving to Ottawa. Before you officially make your move, here are some of things that make this Canadian capital so special. Activities One of the most exciting events in Ottawa has to be Winterlude, […]

Moving to Calgary

Located in the western Canadian province of Alberta, just 45 minutes from the Rocky Mountains, sits a beautiful city by the name of Calgary. Here in Calgary, residents enjoy more days of sunshine than any other Canadian city. For those moving to Calgary, keep some of these things in mind: What To Do With the Rocky […]

Top Five Trails to Explore after Your Move

One of the great things about moving is discovering the landscape of your new environment, which will likely consist of some great natural trails. Read on to learn about the top five trails to explore after your move, in a few of the country’s stunning national state parks. Grand Canyon Rim Trail, Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona […]

Moving to Montreal

You’re not alone if you’re considering moving to Montreal. Montreal is home to a growing tech business, cultured streets and an energetic nightlife. And because of the French influence in the area, Montreal can feel European at times. The city blends the romantic and modern world effortlessly. This becomes obvious when looking at their architecture and art. Like with any […]

Living in Las Vegas

Despite what you may think, Las Vegas is not just for tourists.  The suburbs are a quick 15 minute drive from the Las Vegas Strip.  With great weather, an array of choices for things to do outside of work and increasing opportunities in the job market, it is no wonder people are moving to Las […]

Storage in Las Vegas

If you’re living in Las Vegas, you probably have a very active lifestyle in the middle of such an entertainment driven city with something happening 24/7. That being said, you are likely to have a fair amount of personal belongings to keep up with the constantly thriving Vegas atmosphere. If you aren’t lucky enough to live […]

Living in San Antonio

The City of San Antonio is the 7th largest city in the United States with a population of about 1.4 million people. The city is home to several military bases or facilities along with six fortune 500 corporations. Whether you’ve just got off the I-35, I-10 and moved to SA or you’ve just finished unloading […]

Moving to San Antonio

There are many reasons to move to San Antonio, TX, also known as “The Alamo City”. But before renting and packing up that moving truck to get started on your move, here are a few other things to think about. Where to Move There are fourteen neighborhoods and thirty-one universities and colleges in the city. If […]

Living in Orlando

Welcome to Orlando, The City Beautiful! You’ve recently moved to this entertainment haven and are ready to explore all it has to offer. Here’s to living in Orlando! Weather Orlando is famous for its year-round, sunny weather. Temperatures range from pleasant 70s in the winter to low 90s throughout the summer months. While temperatures are […]

Storage in Austin

As the self proclaimed, “live music capital of the world” as well as the fastest growing city in the U.S., there is always something going on in Austin, Texas. This is a city known both for an active night life as well as being on of the greenest, bike friendly cities, not to mention it’s […]

Storage in Brooklyn

Filled with an immense art scene and just a short train ride to New York City, Brooklyn is a pretty popular place to live. With so many people constantly moving to the area and its prime location, rent prices can be a little higher, meaning you have less living space available. Of course in retrospect, […]