Conceptualising and planning for an event can be overwhelming, especially when d-day is approaching and every one is in their own scramble. You have 10 vendors to liaise with, a messy storeroom which you have been procrastinating to enter and that thing at the back of your mind but you just can't figure out what. You're a mess and so is your desk. At this point, you're just hoping for a kind soul to come in and miraculously organise your event, your mind and your desk in an instant. Guess what? Spaceship is the answer to all your prayers.
Every morning, you find yourself staggering into the office just five minutes before you're suppose to start work with a cup of coffee in your hand. You sit yourself down at your desk and tell yourself "today will be more productive than before". But no matter how hard you try, the opposite happens. Instead, you feel yourself accomplishing less and less everyday.
We've all struggled with maintaining the appearances of our office spaces, especially when schedules get tight and deadlines are looming. Most of us get pretty busy at work and naturally, organisation slides to the bottom of our to-do list.
There are numerous reasons why you may choose to utilize self-storage, from looking to get more space for living to have no home temporarily when shifting.
The following are some of the reasons why.
Deciding to have a family is a big leap. Many decisions are to be made such as: where to live, how many children you should have, and many others.
As you start and grow your family, you will realize just how much ‘storage’ will be important to you.
Let’s start from the beginning:
Singapore has become one of the best places for businesses in Asia, and thus, it has become a home to many expats.
If you visit Singapore now, you will see how much it has embraced diversity in its populace. Many people from all over the world travel to Singapore to look for opportunities for employment or business ventures.
Some come here by themselves, some are sent by their companies from their home town to work in their company’s satellite here in Singapore.
Our society today values materials possession so much that we tend to keep accumulating stuff we don’t always need.
When someone posts a picture about their new stuff in social media, we feel left out and buy some glamorous item ourselves which we really don’t need.
Plus, today’s advertising is themed to often make us believe we need something which we really don’t. People have forgotten the value of the saying ‘less is more’.