Interest in a hobby can come and go. But if you have invested a lot of money into that hobby and have lost interest, you may want to store some of those supplies in a self-storage unit until the next time you want to get into your hobby. If you don’t have very much storage at your home, this may even be something you rotate out seasonally. Here are some examples.
Jessica is a scrapbooking enthusiast. She makes scrapbooks for every occasion. From her study-abroad experience in college to other vacations and just day-to-day life, Jessica makes beautiful scrapbooks preserve the memories. But ever since becoming a mom, Jessica doesn’t have the time and energy to scrapbook. Originally she stored her scrapbooking gear in the spare room closet. Now that spare room is her daughter’s room and the closet is full of toys and clothes. Jessica doesn’t want to get rid of her scrapbooking materials because she knows she loves to do it. And she invested so much money into stickers, paper, scissors, stamps, etc. So for now, Jessica decided to store her scrapbooking material in a small, 5×10 foot unit until her kids are in school and she has more time to pick up her hobby again.
Trent loves the outdoors. In the winter, he travels to Colorado to go snowboarding and snowshoeing. In the summer, Trent goes camping nearly every weekend so he has lots of camping gear. He loves to take his friends camping too. His friends joke that he could be an outfitter because he has so much extra gear. But Trent lives in an apartment that he shares with roommates so he can’t store all of his outdoor equipment there. He rents a small storage unit for his stuff so he is ready for an adventure at any point that he has an opportunity.
These are two examples of how people can use a storage unit to help them continue their hobbies. For more information on renting a self-storage unit in Wylie, Texas, contact us today at Party Barn Self Storage.