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11 Things You Can Do in 30 Seconds or Less

By Guest Contributor   July 10, 2013

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[ by Amanda Hopkins, CORT Furniture ]

We live in a world that runs at top speed. Instant gratification comes in all forms, be it on TV, online or via smartphones. While we have yet to harness the “Beam me up, Scotty” travel technology of the Starship Enterprise’s transporter, there are plenty of other things you can do in a snap … and some of them might surprise you. Here are 11 things you can do in 30 seconds or less.

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4 Cheap Summer Trips for College Students

By Guest Contributor   June 17, 2013

Wish you were here

[ by Amanda Hopkins, CORT ]

In the words of Alice Cooper, school’s out for summer. If you’re a college student, you’re relieved to be finished with finals, rid of your weird roommates and away from the book-laden world of academia—at least for a while.

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The Ultimate Moving Checklist for Startups

By Guest Contributor   May 16, 2013

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[ by Amanda Hopkins, CORT ]

If you’re seeing a lot of moving trucks these days, it’s no accident. May is National Moving Month and marks the beginning of the peak moving season in the U.S., stretching from May through August.

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Office Setup: Why It Counts and What to Do

By Guest Contributor   April 23, 2013

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[ by Amanda Hopkins, CORT ]

Your startup may have all the potential in the world, but if it isn’t able to operate well on a day-to-day basis, things can go downhill pretty fast. This doesn’t apply just to startups, however. Whether you’re an entrepreneur or a member of a Fortune 500 company, your business needs to run as smoothly as possible every day.

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Think Outside The Box: Shipping Container Homes

By Guest Contributor   January 22, 2013

[ by Amanda Hopkins, CORT Furniture ]

SpareFoot is a big proponent of finding new uses for otherwise traditional self-storage spaces. From turning your garage into a living space to keeping Star Wars memorabilia in check, there are all kinds of ways to get creative with how you store your stuff. The next unusual installment in that series? Shipping container homes.

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The Roaming Home: Tips For The Post-College Purge

By Guest Contributor   June 21, 2012

by CORT Rental Furniture

Ready, Set…
You’ve done it. That piece of paper worth thousands of dollars is framed on the wall, and you’re out in the world as a full-fledged college graduate. Life is no longer sorted into semesters and summers. It is suddenly transient and uncertain. If you have a job, more power to you, but if not – just as likely in today’s economy – you’re on the job hunt. As you and your roommates go separate ways, you’re on the hunt for a new apartment as well. Craigslist, PadMapper, and ApartmentSearch.com are your new best friends. And when the time to move actually arrives, you look forward to it about as much as you would a root canal. However, there are ways to lessen the pain of the big move. Here are a few:

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