Brick & Mortar Vs Online Businesses: My Experience

Brick & Mortar Vs Online Businesses: My Experience

4 Academic Treasures To Store From Each School Year

by Roy Morris

When your children are in school, it may seem like they are constantly coming home with papers. Every day may bring homework to sign and art to admire. However, the years will be short even while the days are long, and you will be surprised how quickly several years of their childhood fly by. It's important to be proactive about what you save from your kids' school years and take boxes of these things to your storage unit each year. When you are more selective, you can save things that have important value, but you don't have to worry about ending up with the biggest storage unit on the block!

Report Cards

Your child's academic progress may not be the most important thing about going to school. After all, it's the learning that counts more than a numerical grade. Report cards are important, though, and they will take on greater significance as the child gets older and starts to try to get a certain grade point average for college admissions. They may want to look back at how they have progressed academically, so saving report cards is a must.

Significant Art Pieces

All kids do some art in school. They may love taking an art class, or they may simply draw as part of themed lessons. Whatever art your child creates, be sure to give them attention over it, and save several pieces each year that stand out the most to you. These don't have to be the greatest pieces of art. They should just be special to you or your child. If your child draws your family, it is a good idea to save a family drawing each year to see how it changes.

Photos with Classmates

Take plenty of photographs of your child with their classmates, and then be sure to print pictures for them to enjoy. It will help reinforce the fact that they are popular among their peers, and you can talk about the things that are important to friendships as you admire such photographs. Store the photographs from each school year so that your child can look back and see how their friendships changed and evolved over the years, and they are great for reminiscing.

Book Reports

Whether kids like it or not, book reports are probably a regular part of their life each school year. A child goes to a lot of trouble and effort for a book report, whether it's oral or written. Even oral book reports will require notes and paperwork. Be sure to keep the papers from your child's book reports each year. That way, they can see what they thought of a book from a different perspective that they are likely to have if they read the book as an adult.

Finally, keep in mind that these are the basics that you should put in boxes when bringing your child's special mementos to storage units. You may also choose to save things like funny things that they wrote or jokes that they told. A few special souvenirs of each school year can help your kid savor their childhood even more as they grow older.

As you store these things, remember to keep them safe in a climate controlled storage unit, and talk with local storage facilities, like SaveMor Self Storage LTD, for more information on how to make your space secure.


About Me

Brick & Mortar Vs Online Businesses: My Experience

I have owned my own small businesses for years, and I have always been happy to share my business tips with other entrepreneurs, especially those just starting out. One question I get asked about a lot is whether it is a better idea for a beginner to open an online business or a brick & mortar shop. While I wish I had a one-size-fits all answer, the truth is that it really depends on what you are selling (or what service you are providing), how the economy is doing in your local area, and your personal business goals and dreams. However, every brick & mortar business should have a website today, and it only makes sense to sell products on a website that your business needs anyway. I have many more business tips to share, and I decided to start a blog to share them with all aspiring entrepreneurs!