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5 Quick Ways to Revamp Your Guest Room for Unexpected Visitors
When guests arrive to stay in your home with a little to no notice, providing an inviting, relaxing space for...
7 Refreshing Ideas for a Delightful Springtime Staycation in NYC
The weather here in New York has been a little unpredictable lately, but we don’t want that to keep you...
The Expert’s Guide To Packing, Cleaning, And Storing Your Camping And Hiking Gear
Hiking and camping can be in tents, but rewarding. You get plenty of fresh air, a break from stressful city...
Featured User: Justin Livingston of Scout Sixteen
Through his popular blog, Scout Sixteen, Justin Livingston helps dudes everywhere up their style game. So the moment we heard that Justin chose MakeSpace to store some of his timeless but seasonal threads, accessories, and household items, we celebrated the only way we saw fit—documenting their beauty in a photograph.
How To Move To NYC The Ike Edeani Way
Moving to New York City sucks. First, you have to figure out how to get yourself here. Then you have to figure out how to get your stuff here. Then you have to find a place to stay temporarily. Then you have to navigate the insane NYC housing market and find an apartment. And then, after all that, you still have to get all of your stuff from your temporary home to your new, permanent home. At which point you’ve basically moved three times. We have good news. There’s a better way, and professional photographer Ike Edeani has found it!
How Tyler Tringas Uses Clutter To Live Like James Bond
Tyler Tringas was living out of a backpack and working off his laptop in SouthEast Asia when he had to make a quick trip back to the States to attend a friend’s wedding in Vermont. This probably sounds like a logistical nightmare, but Tyler had a plan. He landed in New York City, met a MakeSpace driver in the lobby of his hotel, unpacked his tuxedo, and went to the wedding the following morning. No sweat.
Airbnb Just Won A Landmark Case In New York City
Curbed New York has good news for all you world travelers based in New York City this morning! It looks like a ruling from a Manhattan Housing Court judge may have set a precedent allowing New Yorkers to legally rent out their apartments on Airbnb, despite the fact that New York City law explicitly prohibits subletting your apartment to someone for less than 30 days.
How To Take A Technomadic Vacation
Any New Yorker will tell you that one of the hardest parts of living in New York City is leaving New York City. Spending three months in Spain is a distant dream for most of us, because traditionally, a trip like that would entail abandoning your lease, moving all of your stuff to a storage facility, and finding a new job when you get back to the States. After you’ve spent a month hunting on Craigslist for the perfect apartment, the last thing you want to do is give it up.
Featured User: Chris Lavergne
Chris Lavergne is the Founder and Publisher of Thought Catalog. The website posts hundreds of articles a day from emerging and established writers. It publishes everything from fun “listicles” to experimental fiction to news and opinion. Since launching in February 2010, Thought Catalog has grown exponentially and now has over 30 million monthly readers. Chris—who’s direct, professional, and practically nonexistent on social media—gave us a glimpse into his life by sharing his MakeSpace bin’s contents.