Mental Health & Wellbeing at TheStudios Wolverhampton

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This week, William and Kate, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, visited Wolverhampton, on a mission to promote the importance of good mental health across the region. The fact that the future King of England and his wife are such prominent advocates of this constantly topical issue made us think of how TheStudios and our…

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Why short-term renting is better than staying in a hotel

Grey, White and Yellow Studio

If you regularly commute to Wolverhampton for work, and are having trouble deciding whether to short-term rent or stay in a hotel, we’ve put together a few points to help make up your mind! Cheaper When short-term renting at TheStudios, you can stock up on your own favourite foods and cook in your shared kitchen,…

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Short-Term Rent: The Benefits

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Whilst we’re living in times of great uncertainty, it’s reassuring to know there are some things in life that give ‘definite flexibility’…like short-term rent! Yes, it might sound contradictory but ‘definite flexibility’ is the exact benefit that short-term rent offers to tenants; a solid promise of great flexibility for your living arrangements. And this is…

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The ‘Co-‘s of Co-living

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The prefix ‘Co-‘ means ‘together’, conjuring a feeling of teamwork and mutual respect. That’s why the ethos of TheStudios is co-living, and not just co-habitation. We are not just a block of flats, we are a home. We are a collection of people not just eating, sleeping, and working in the same building, but relaxing,…

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Co-Living & Studio Apartments: The Great Indoors

Shared Kitchen

Right now, we’re all itching to go out, get outdoors, and generally be – as Micky Flanagan might say – ‘Out Out!’ When that time comes, and once we’ve all exploited it to the Nth degree, we’re also gonna need a bit of the ‘great indoors’ again. A yin to the yang of regular living…

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Meet The Team – James

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My thrilling story began 6 weeks earlier than intended – being untimely ripped from the womb in the depths of the Norfolk broads. Being a military brat, you might assume I’d been shipped from shore to shore over the years, but rather the opposite has been true, living in such landlocked paradises as Lyneham, Oakham,…

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6 things to be grateful for during lockdown

Gratitude

During times like these, when we are often feeling low, isolated, and anxious, it is easy to lose sight of the good things. However, it is when we are feeling the worst that it is most important to hold on to them; although they may feel insignificant at times, we have to find those silver…

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5 Great Movies to Watch on Netflix

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Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom This incredible drama, starring Viola Davis and Chadwick Boseman in his very last performance, is certainly not one to miss. Set to a soulful blues soundtrack, this poetic masterpiece investigates life in segregated America, whilst drawing attention to the Mother of Blues herself, ‘Ma’ Rainey. Funny, beautiful, sad, and intriguing all…

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Easy Veganuary Recipes to make in your Studio Flat

Vegetables

As much as we have an excuse this year to not fulfil our new year’s resolutions, Veganuary is the perfect time to try something new for your taste buds! So, whether you are looking to try out new food, are being a little bit healthier, or have been wanting to go vegan for a while,…

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How to keep busy in a studio flat during COVID-19

Working From Home

The current unprecedented times have caused major disruption to all our lives in some way. In line with the Government advice for us all to stay at home, it is important to find ways to keep positive and maintain good mental health. Read some of our tips on ways to occupy yourself, even in a…

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