Monthly Archives: July 2014
I am in a situation where I am going to need to have temporary storage for a few months. I do not anticipate that the need for storage will last any longer than that, but it is something that I need pretty soon. I am kind of sensitive to the price of the storage, because I am not in the best financial situation currently. I am not going to get into those details right now though, because this is not the time, or the place, for such a discussion. Store Friendly sounds like it would be a good option for me to go through, for renting storage space.
I have heard of the company in the past, and after talking to some friends, I have found some people who have used them in the past. It seems that they are generally well regarded among the people that I have talked to, and that gives me some confidence, that they will be a good solution for my own storage needs.
I am mostly going to need to store furniture. But it is rather nice furniture, and it will be need to be kept in a well controlled environment, in order to ensure that it is protected. Some of it is old, and belonged to my grandparents. As such, it is my duty to make sure that it is stored in a suitable environment. I realize that such storage needs will cost a bit more, but I don’t have any other choice. It can’t be left in a situation where the climate is not controlled, and it is as simple as that. I am worried about how much space it is going to take to store this furniture. I hope to figure out a good way to stack it into a relatively small space.
Arriving in Singapore three months ago, I thought I was going to have the most horrible time making a transition to here from the United States. As the lead on the current project which our company has decided to HQ here, I recognize an opportunity to better myself and jumped at the chance to move when they asked a core group of us whether we would be interested or not. At the same time, I even signed up for part time degree courses in Singapore with the goal to improve my current skill base while at the same time becoming more familiar with Singapore and the people who live here.