Monthly Archives: August 2018

Call On Junk King For Cardboard Box and Rubbish Cleanup Today

What do you have in your home or business that you’d like to get rid of today? One of the most common answers is unwanted furniture and cardboard boxes. It is understandable how difficult it might be to get rid of a recliner or loveseat. That’s not going into the trashcan. But cardboard boxes? They just have to be broken up and dumped in the recycling bin, right? Not if the cardboard box pile has reach epic proportions. When that happens, it is time to bring in outside help from Junk King Dayton. They can take care of a cardboard box pile and rubbish clean up with one call.

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Before you make that call to Junk King, think about what works best for your schedule. Junk King is going to ask for a date and a two-hour window. That two-hour window allows the crews to make their way from one customer to the next. They will typically just spend under 30 minutes at any location. Loading up rubbish is fast work when you know what you’re doing. You can pick tomorrow for your session because most pickups are handled by the following day. Or you can pick the weekend if that works better. You might even be able to pick today. If the schedule permits, then Junk King will be happy to offer a same day pickup.

Don’t worry about breaking up the cardboard boxes or bringing furniture down from upstairs. The crew from Junk King can handle all of that. All you have to do is point to what you want taken away and it will be done.

Cardboard is a very popular material to recycle. Junk King knows that and already has a plan. They’ve partnered with many recycling facilities in the area and they’re happy to make that drop off. As for your old furniture, that could find its way to a charity. Are you ready to get rid of your cardboard box pile and the rest of your rubbish? Then turn that job over to Junk King Dayton today.

Tips For Better Back-To-School Habits

Every year, kids going back-to-school are given the chance to “start over.” It’s like beginning a new job or moving to a new neighborhood. You get the chance to reinvent yourself and put positive changes into effect. As parents, you get to set the tone for this fresh approach by improving some back-to-school habits. Here’s what you can implement starting today:

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Encourage Participating In After-school Activities.

Not every student is going to be the star of the football team or the head cheerleader and there is nothing wrong with that. There are plenty of opportunities for kids to shine in many after-school activities. Depending on the age of your student, signing up for after-school activities might be a new concept for them but you can encourage their participation by making it easy with regard to pick ups and dinner schedules. There is great potential for the kids to flourish after school!

Prep the Night Before

At dinner time, there is one vital question that has to be asked: “What do you need for school tomorrow? Whatever the answer, there should be plenty of time before your kid goes to bed to get that ready. Whether it means washing a uniform, packing a back pack or making lunch, it should all happen the night before. Even picking out what they’re wear to school before bedtime is going to save a lot of scrambling in the morning.

Set Goals

For every student, there is room for improvement. Even those kids getting perfect grades might want to slow down and finds ways to have more fun. Before the school year, you should get with your kids and set goals for the months ahead. What areas do that need to focus on to achieve better grades? Where can they improve? It might help to right out those goals and see how close you are throughout the school year.

Set Up Friends Meeting

If your kid is going back to school with some old friends, then you should have those friends over for lunch or a pool party before school starts. This will allow that group to catch up on all the summer “gossip.” It will make a lot less chatter for that first day of school.

What Did They Learn

Asking what a child learned at school is another good topic for the dinner table. You’ll find that the younger the kid the more enthusiastic they are to answer. Don’t let the older kids fall into the habit of answering, “Nothing.” That is never true!

Rearrange Their Closet

Over the summer, you might have been a bit more relaxed when it came to having the kids clean their rooms but now is the time to start fresh and that begins with organizing shelves, closets and dressers. This is a project that might generate some grumbling but it has to be done. Once everything is sorted, you might have a lot of stuff to get rid of and that is when you want to bring in Junk King Dayton. It will only take one session with Junk King Dayton to get your kid’s room totally clear of clutter and that’s a great way to go back-to-school.