It can be difficult to keep your head down and study at uni with all the distractions and temptations waiting to catch you out. These come in many forms: TV, social media and friends who know they should let you study but also want you to come out to another fancy dress party.
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It’s moving day and you can barely see out of the window of your parents’ car for boxes, bags and bedding. Then you move into your flat and realise that ten of you have brought the exact same tin opener, and that your room is full of things you’ve never used or worn since Year 8.
Jobs are funny things, aren’t they? Even if you’re working in a position you like, you can still find yourself moaning about things. Maybe your boss isn’t the nicest, maybe the hours are too long or maybe you’re not a fan of the office décor. Whatever it is, you need to shake it off pronto!
It’s becoming more and more important to take care of your online reputation. When you’re job hunting, you put effort into creating an amazing CV and cover letter - so why are you neglecting your online presence?
Going to university with few-to-no cooking skills can be risky. Sick of eating toast? Fancy learning the basics? Here are our top tips!
Experts predict that the average person will have 10 to 15 jobs in their lifetime, so it’s fair to say that most of us will have to do a bit of work before we find our dream job.
If you think that more education may be a possibility then read on my friend! Postgrad is a big commitment in terms of work load, finances and your future career. To help you decide whether it’s right for you, here are some pros and cons.
University life is calling you. You feel a touch of the nerves mixed in with excitement - all those new experiences and people you’re going to meet, not to mention the hard work involved! But what are the hidden truths of university life that no-one tells you?