Everything around us comes with an expiry date on it. The monitor on which you read this, the mouse on which your fingers lay not so patiently on, your mobile phone which is about to beep with an inconsequential forward and basically every single thing in your sight. Stay away from the reflection in the mirror because that’s not the road we are taking.
The point being that our life, as we know it, is moving at a pace which leaves us little time to recapture moments and things that truly matter to us. We are buying things in a rush trying to cope with our needs, desires and wants and by the end of it; we are fighting the cramped spaces in our wardrobes. But here’s the problem. In the process of buying and using things, we sometimes create a memory with them, a feeling, and a reminder of the times gone by. It could be the jeans you wore in school that you now try desperately to fit in to or equipments that have lost their will to function but carry with them, tons of memories. What do you do with these things that hold immeasurable sentimental value to you?
Discard. Dispose. Let go. Aren’t these the words that come to the fore?
Well, we have a word for you. Re-cycle. No, don’t break them down or burn them so that they can be used in some other form, for some other purpose. Re-cycle them by making use of a storage service designed by BoxMySpace. All you have to do is, use a short term storage facility so that you can chase that new watch or new phone or new piece of furniture, use it to your heart’s content and then instead of fretting about what to do with it – just use the bins for storage. A stackable storage option that keeps your stuff just the way you’d keep them at home is a pretty good deal, isn’t it?
When you get around to losing that extra flab from your tummy, you hit the number of the storage service team and reclaim stuff that you signed up for short term storage. No sweat.
Yes, re-cycle things that you hold close to your heart because your memories can’t be disposed or discarded; they continue to live on through the things we own. It’s time to accept a new mantra – Buy. Use. Store. Repeat!