3 Easy Ways to Improve Your Finances This Weekend


Many people are under the impression that managing their finances will take up way too much of their time. While it is true that a good financial overhaul or planning session does require the initial investment of time, ongoing maintenance (or small, scheduled updates) doesn’t have to take longer than […]

How to Survive Wedding Season on a Budget


It’s officially June and wedding season is without a doubt upon us. While we’re all for lots of love, beautiful bouquets, tearful toasts, and a good old fashioned late-night rendition of Sweet Caroline (…“so good, so good, SO GOOD!”), we’re also the first to admit that these cheerful occasions can […]

University Is Hard Work

Alice Maher

My first year at university, to be brutally honest, was an utter shambles. It took me the whole year to find my feet and, for a while I felt so pathetic for feeling like that. I’d look onto my social media and see old school friends having the best time […]

Fancy a Coffee?

Yasmine Shaban

Coffee is everywhere! Every corner you turn there’s a new pretty coffee shop, a Starbucks, a Costa, or a Pret. Not to mention the choice of actual coffees we have now, different styles, different milks, different flavour syrups to add! I mean, how do you even decide?! A year ago […]

Student Organisation Tips

Georgia Dalton

Starting university can be an overwhelming time, so below are some simple organisation tips, ranging from note taking to meal prepping, that I have found useful over my first year. Decide how you want to take notes from the start It is important from the offset of your degree that […]

8 first things to develop the habit of saving


Everyone comes to a stage in life where we realize we need to save some money for the future. We have dependents, family, dreams and various other reasons to save money for. But a lot of us, especially the younger generation is unable to do justice to this. Reasons could […]

Results Day

Results day is fast approaching. For some more than others. Let’s be honest. We are stressed or worried. Worried that we may not have achieved the grades that we want and stressed because we fear what we may have to go through to get the desired grade. That is probably […]

Going to University with Your Partner

Amy Jackson

Compared to most, I had a rather unconventional university experience. For most students, going to university is all about independence. You say goodbye to your family and friends, and at the beginning, you’re pretty much on your own. However, moving into halls means you soon find your feet in a […]

Pay your Education loan and Start saving


We are fortunate that our country encourages education. Education loan is available at an attractive rate and many of us tend to take this measure to pursue education. Many parents too persist that children learn under an education loan in order to inculcate a sense of responsibility in them. But […]

Results Day. What to do?

Results Day… for many students it is an incredibly stressful day, many questions come to mind… “What if I don’t get the grades?”, “What if I don’t get my first choice university?”, “What if my college or sixth form aren’t happy with my grades?”…  “Where do I go?”. While stressful, […]

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