A different take on exercise….

by Greg Brina on July 20, 2014

Running, cycling, circuits, rowing and new fangled fast fitness routines with names like Insanity, Intensity and Ignominy (ok we made that last one up – but look up its real meaning – it might not be far off!). There are lots of ways to get fit. We could give you a rundown of the calories you’ll burn doing each, 1000 in half an hour, 500 in 30 minutes. Or we could tell you some more interesting sports that offer a little more - activities that are more fun and less foreboding. Here they are then, our top 5 interesting ways to exercise - to get you into tip-top shape this summer.

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Taking the stress out of moving home

by louis.hill on July 16, 2014

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Moving house is said to be one of the most stressful times in life, up there with starting a new job or getting married. There’s a huge amount of organising, packing and tidying to do, but here at ABC Selfstore, we don’t believe moving house needs to be such a stressful time so we’ve have devised a list of handy hints and tips to help those about to take the plunge.

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Designing a Home Office

July 11, 2014

The Home Office. No, not the one presided over by Home Secretary, the Rt Hon Theresa May MP. We’re talking the space in your home where you can get work done. Somewhere quiet and comfortable, free of distractions so that you can maximise concentration. Whether that’s for paid work, domestic admin or school homework – a […]

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Britains most interesting houses…

July 9, 2014

Thanks to programmes like Grand Designs, us Brits are getting much more creative with our houses. And whilst bedsits, 1 & 2 bed apartments and square-box semi’s might might be the stock and trade for most of us, those with the wherewithal are thinking laterally (and – it would seem – vertically). All sorts of obsolete buildings […]

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A great sporting weekend for the Brits… if not for Brit competitors

July 6, 2014

It’s been a great weekend for sports fans with 4 major events taking place over the 3 days (and 3 of them on home soil). Sadly, 3 out of four of them have been a bit of disappointment in terms of competitive success. We guess that run of super form we’ve been riding since the Olympics had to […]

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If We’re Lyin’ We’re Cryin’ – Tall tales of Self Storage

July 5, 2014

Those of you who are diehard fans of Disney’s hit animation Cars will undoubtedly be familiar with Mater’s Tall Tales. A series of “cars-toons” where Mater the tow truck spins an unlikely yarn that turns out to have some truth behind it. Likewise, devotees of Gavin and Stacey will recall the moment when John Prescott appeared […]

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Graduation

July 4, 2014

Graduation is a memorable occasion for many. Proud parents applaud their children whilst they collect their degree and students often sigh with relief to have finished university and can finally start the next chapter of their life. Moving back home after graduation isn’t the first choice for many graduates, however unfortunately after expensive tuition fees […]

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Our Property Buying Guide

July 2, 2014

If you’re buying a property there’s a lot to think about. Consequently there are plenty of online guides out there to tell you what, when and how. Some describe the process, others the right questions to ask – whilst a handful tackle the whole kit-and-caboodle. Property purchase is a veritable labyrinth of things that can […]

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Sleeping in a Cluttered Room

July 1, 2014

Messy bedrooms. The stock and trade of seven-year-olds the world over. But what starts off as an innocent childhood habit of not cleaning away the toys can knock your yin and yang well out of kilter in later life. Unless you’re Tracey Emin, a cluttered bedroom is likely to have a negative effect on your wellbeing. […]

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Moving Home in Summer

June 27, 2014

Moving home doesn’t always go as planned. Getting the deposit down on a perfect rental flat (before someone else beats you to it) might mean you need to be ready to move quickly. If you’re buying/selling, hold ups finding buyers, bottlenecks further along the property chain and curve balls in the conveyancing process mean that we don’t always get […]

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