So, you’ve got your place at university – congratulations!
There are many reasons why working from home may be beneficial to you – perhaps you’ve just had a baby, you’ve relocated, or realise you may be better working in the comfort of your own surroundings; but how do you ask your boss for such a privilege?
Asking for a rise is never easy – in fact, the thought of questioning your boss about bumping up your paycheck may be giving you anxious butterflies.
You may have bee told in the past ‘Never quit your job until you have another lined up’ but that isn’t always the most healthy attitude to take when there are serious issues at work.
If you're a sufferer of anxiety; bear in mind that you really aren’t alone, despite how isolated you may be feeling. There are millions of people around the world who try and cope with their mental health on a day-to-day basis. Here are the top tips for dealing with anxiety at university.
Want to get fit in a flash? You'll need to get creative. Here are five top tips you should take into consideration when it comes to getting fit when you have no time.
Insomnia can be a real pain, especially when the anxieties and stresses of the day leave you hoping for a good night's sleep. You can lie for hours on end hoping to drift off, only to find negative thoughts circulating your head making you even more tense.
With social media becoming ever-more popular, the competition to land an internship in this sector is becoming ever stiffer. Here are a few top tips to truly excel in this much sought-after role.
Don't get us wrong; you're bound to have a bit of a bad patch every now and again with your BFF. But adult life is complicated and it's easy for people to drift apart. Realising your friend isn't the person you thought they were means it's probably time to cut ties.
Are you feeling like a fake? Perhaps you believe you don't deserve what you've achieved? 'Imposter' syndrome is a common phenomenon and can be a huge problem for grads just starting out in their careers.