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For those of us who have more “stuff” than we do space…

How many time have you been cleaning up your smaller-than-you’d-like apartment when you stumble across a memory from your childhood that just happens to take up a third of the storage space under your bed? Have you ever opened your closet to realize you won’t wear half of your clothes for another six months due to our dramatic Toronto seasons?

Have you ever thought about renting out a storage locker, but then you remember that a storage locker will be way too big? After all, most of them are the same size–if not bigger–than your bedroom at home, and costs way too much money since you bought that new video game, two pairs of jeans, a new pair of shoes for work, and you went over on your data charges? Not to mention that you don’t have a car to drive all those cardboard boxes of “stuff” to said imaginary storage locker? Instead, you leave the boxes in the corner of your room and hope your friends don’t notice them the next time you have a party.

If this has happened to you, then not only do we have a lot in common, my friend, but we also both need to find a solution to the growing issue of having just a little bit too much stuff in just a little bit too small of a space.

Maybe it’s not clothes and childhood memories, but golf clubs and kayaks that need to be stored during the off-seasons. I’m not here to tell you what you need to put into storage, but if you could find a storage solution that was affordable and reliable–all while being so simple that you think your brain missed a step when signing up and using the service–how could you say no?

Is this one giant ad for GearBank in blog post form? It certainly could be interpreted that way, but it’s based on a true story! Don’t worry, I won’t go into detail about GearBank’s services and pricing here. There are buttons at the top of the page for that (hint, hint!).

I’m just here to tell you that with my tiny apartment, I can’t live without GearBank for my storage needs…and my guess is that you could use some help, too.