I felt like a complete idiot.
What my friends must have thought of me I dread to think.
What made it worse was the fact that I wasn't a novice for goodness sake.
I wasn't a newbie.
I'd been at it for a while and really thought I knew what I was doing.
You probably know how soon you can find yourself without space on your farm.
You have all these gifts you want to show off, but you need to bring in a decent income, so you must make room for your crops and animals.
It seems strange the way it happens.
Whatever you do, your farm never seems large enough to keep and display all the things you want.
Fortunately, you have a place to put special items that you want to keep, but don't have room for at present, as Farmville have added storage buildings.
Remember, decorations and other things not only make your farm more attractive but also give you experience points.
Advantageous Balance The essence of all this is for you to be able to purchase as many items as quickly as possible to stack up those experience points.
Also, the importance of making sure what number of experience points you are collecting is as necessary as purchasing the items you think will add that special something to your farm.
However, you'll soon find that it's not easy to make the items look good when they're all on top of each other because you just had no more room to show them off properly.
This is when you can reap the benefits of your storage space.
Available Space Obviously the space you have will be down to the number of storage buildings.
This is dependent on the space you have to provide the buildings.
Intelligent thinking here can make all this work successfully to your benefit.
Just set aside room on the farm for storage buildings.
Don't be concerned about how the buildings will look.
A shed or a barn can be used for storage.
Providing the buildings will mean you can choose the type you would like, in other words the ones that will look good on your farm.
You will get some good experience from erecting these buildings.
Storage for What? As you accumulate items you can easily provide more buildings.
Of course, there'll come a time when you'll make up your mind what to keep and what to sell.
It's a matter of finding more space on the farm.
It's not a case of just filling the space you've been clever enough to make available.
Most items can be purchased later if you need them.
It's the seasonal things that needs priority; the stuff you won't be able to buy the next time you want to show them off.