The Storemates Blog
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4 years agoYou know how it happens, stuff, it just builds up. You put something down over there, a moment later your flatmates or your better half puts something on top of it, before you know it a clutter tower has developed. After that all hope is lost. Soon there is a clutter extension (no planning permission required) and then there is a clutter village beginning to develop.Clutter .n 1. Things lying about untidily 2. An untidy state .v. Cover or fill with clutter.
5 years agoSpace is obviously essential when it comes to living comfortably within our homes and those living with housemates, a partner or family, will understand this best. For those of us who cannot afford massive houses, making do with what we have and making space requires innovation, meticulousness and creativity. Here are a few tips on maximizing space in our homes.
5 years agoThank you all for completing the survey on Findababysitter.com! We hope you found the survey simple, it is really interesting for us to hear how people are maximising the use of their space.Extra cash? Yes please!
5 years agoBusiness Development Manager £28k. (5 month fixed term contract) Location: West LondonWe are looking for a dynamic and visionary Business Development Manager with excellent communication skills to support the growth of Storemates at an exciting time of its development.
5 years agoMoving house is tough work, it often costs a fortune plus it can be environmentally unfriendly. Think of all that disposal packing material, those diesel guzzling removal vans and all that unnecessary stuff you don’t actually need going to a new home!But, with the right planning and preparations and a bit of support from your mates, you can tackle these moving gripes and lessen your burden on the environment too.
5 years agoWe’ve had the agricultural revolution. We’ve had the industrial revolution. Now we are in the midst of a sharing revolution. And it is changing lives!
5 years agoGuest blog by By Benita Matofska, Chief Sharer and Founder of The People Who Share and Compare and Share.Just like Money Supermarket and Go Compare, the Sharing Economy will soon have its own comparison website.
5 years agoWe had such great entries into our photography competition and it was tough to choose a winner. We narrowed it down to a top five, and we thought we’d share with you these fabulous shots. Well done and thank you to all those who entered- we loved seeing everyone’s favourite spaces! FIRST PLACE goes to Andy Thompson who sent in this atmospheric tunnel photograph. We loved this shot, well done to Andy for winning our competition! Second Place: Jeff Arris’ interesting take on his office. Third Place: Dawn Andrews’ spiderwebs from the space under her daughters slide Fourth Place: Jeff Arris captured the stillness of the Gloucester Docks fabulously. Fifth Place: We loved Zimby’s shot of these bikes in Como. Thank you again to everyone that entered our competition, we really enjoyed looking through your snaps!
5 years agoThis Sunday sees the launch of Global Sharing Day organised by the ‘People Who Share'. On 2nd June up to 60 million people in over a 140 countries will take part in activities to promote the exciting emergence of the ‘Sharing Economy’. This year the theme is food sharing and people around the world will be encouraged to come together and share food as a symbol of unity and as a way to discourage food waste. 15 million tonnes of food are wasted in the every year, much of which could have been shared with the 4 million people who live in food poverty in the UK.
5 years agoThis weeks guest blog is from our friends at ParkatmyHouse.com Ever drive to a destination in good time only to find it nearly impossible to find a parking place? We certainly have.