Pardon us for paraphrasing an old Simpsons joke, but it feels like the cleaning of a house never ends, doesn’t it? Whether you took on some projects around the house during quarantine, or you went on a big deep-cleaning project earlier in the year before all this went down, decluttering your home can be […]

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  Even as the actual official “quarantines” seem to be over with, going out these days seems to be a…mixed bag. Understandably so, a lot of things we used to do have either been made more difficult, or simply aren’t happening right now due to coronavirus, and as a result many people are still electing […]

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  Even these days, when it feels like maybe the quarantine is finally over, a lot of us are eating out less than we used to. Maybe it’s for sanitary reasons, maybe it’s because you prefer making our own menu at home (which can come in handy for you vegans and vegetarians), or maybe you’ve […]

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  Finding the motivation to do anything at home has been pretty difficult lately, hasn’t it? While we all used to talk about the things we’d get done around the house if only we had a bit more time, the effect the pandemic has had on all of us has made it pretty hard to […]

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  During the quarantine, it’s completely understandable that you, your kids, or anyone else in your household has gotten a little…snacky. Not that there’s anything wrong with that! But loading up on snacks, particularly the wrong kind with all kinds of salt and trans fats, can start to impact your health and metabolism, even if […]

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  Here at The Shelving Store, we’re fans of wire shelving for many reasons – from its versatility to durability. The “shelfies” our customers’ submit are great testaments to just how handy this type of shelving can be.  If you’re thinking about grabbing some wire shelves for your home, read on for a handful of […]

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  School districts all over the country have been impacted by COVID-19 and the related quarantines, often in ways nobody could’ve predicted. If you had kids of any age enrolled in school, you’re probably suddenly stuck in the dual role of teacher and parent, helping your kid get through their new school day in front […]

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