Between studying, socialising, and working part-time, the last thing you want to do is slave over a hot stove for hours on end making food (especially if you hate cooking to begin with).
“Clean Eating” – search the hashtag on Instagram and you’ll be hit with nearly 40 million images depicting hearty health-foods, organised meal-prep, colourful acai bowls and smoothies galore.
London has a reputation as one of the most expensive capital cities to live in, especially for so-called ‘Generation Rent’.
As a fresh graduate, you may think that landing your first job will relieve you from the financial woes of student life, but it’s not always as easy as you might think!
London is a place renowned for its expense in every aspect.
Living in the UK has been pretty grim on the financial front since the recession back in 2008.
If you’re 18 and over, then you are eligible for jury service.
Entering the post-university talent pool can be daunting for today’s students.
University is hard enough when essays and other assignments are combined and thrust upon you.