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Fullerton Self Storage Organization Tips

A1 Self-Storage Fullerton Organization Tips 2Storing items in a self storage facility is a must, especially when moving to a location that may not have all the space you are used to. Renting out a Fullerton CA storage unit is an easy task, however knowing how to keep it in top shape and using it in the most practical manner possible is a different matter altogether. Treating a space like that with care is crucial to your successful, long-term usage of a storage unit. Without proper organization you will only suffer long times trying to find what you’re looking for and possibly endangering yourself in the process. The following tips will give you some  useful ideas to go by.

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Countdown to Your Move to Berlin

Countdown to your move to Berlin3You should remember that when you move abroad, there is a great amount you need to do beforehand. Unless you want to deal with it after you have moved to Berlin, which would be incredibly stressful, it would be a good idea to start now. Here, we have assembled a list of tasks that must be carried out before you move from London to Berlin.

Sort out your documents

Firstly, before everything, ensure that your passports are valid and up-to-date and that all members of the family have one. If not, you must apply for one. You should also make sure that you have all your other important documents with you including birth certificates and so on. Make sure you have them all with you and make sure they travel with you too.

Valid Visa

You must make sure you have a valid visa or work permit on you. Also, if you have pets and you are planning on taking them with you to Berlin, make sure you have them sorted out with a pet passport and injections.

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When you move abroad, it is sensible to inform everyone you know of your move. Don’t let them know at the minute either. You want to leave pleasantly so that, if you do decide to return, you have friends rather than enemies. The same applies to your employer. If you are quitting your job, you want to let your boss down gently so that you leave on good terms.

Open bank account

If you wish, close down your bank account in London and open a foreign bank account in Berlin. It will be a very valuable thing to have. However, you can keep your U.K. bank account and open a bank account in Berlin additionally.

Learn the lingo

Before you move from London to Berlin, you ought to learn a few phrases, as this will be a good initial start. Often, ex-pats tend to start learning the language after they have moved there, but it would be a good idea to get a feel for the language beforehand. It’s easy to learn German – you have many options. You can either pick up a German phrasebook or dictionary, which you can easily find in an English book store or library. Alternatively, why not invest in affordable German Skype lessons?

Find a place to stay

On the first night in Berlin it would be a good idea to stay in a hotel. The first day is usually hectic and if your furniture hasn’t yet arrived there, why not book a night in a hotel? Otherwise you could be forced to sleep on hard floors.

Berlin is the Capital of Germany. With a population of 3,543,676, Berlin is not only the largest city if Germany, but it is the second most populated city in the country. There is very little Berlin doesn’t boast. With its great universities: Humboldt University of Berlin, Berlin University of the Arts , Technical University of Berlin, etc.; museums, festivals, and celebrities, it’s no wonder why it is such a popular city. This is indeed a city that is always vibrant and full of life.

Countdown to your move to Berlin

Storage Auctions Scheduled for 8/28/13 in San Diego, CA

Here is an update on A-1 Self Storage auctions scheduled for 8/28/13:

SAN DIEGO COUNTY, CA

10:00 AM at 2235 Pacific Hwy, San Diego, CA has 12 units

11:00 AM at 3911 Pacific Hwy, San Diego, CA has 7 units

12:00 PM at 1501 Frazee Rd, San Diego, CA has 9 units

1:00 PM at 4680 Alvarado Canyon Rd, San Diego, CA has 8 units

* Please note – the number of units is subject to change without notice.

We Proudly Support Advancing Students Forward!

San Diego, CA – August 23, 2013 – A-1 Self Storage, the premier provider of self storage in California, announced today their monetary donation to Advancing Students Forward (ASF), formerly known as The Augustinian Scholarship Fund. Founded in 1984, ASF’s mission is to provide disadvantaged students access to education and support for academic success so that they can create a promising future for themselves and for the community in which they live.

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Rooting for Chula Vista’s Eastlake Little League All-Stars Team!

EastlakeLLRooting for the Eastlake Little League All-Stars team from Chula Vista, CA competing in the 2013 Little League Baseball World Series in South Williamsport, PA!

A win today against the New England team advances them to the U.S. Championship Game this weekend. A loss will result in an elimination game tomorrow against the other remaining U.S. team with one loss – with the winner advancing to the U.S. Championship Game. Let’s go Eastlake, let’s go!

 

 

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