It seems silly and cliché to say that you shouldn’t compare yourself to others, right? Self-admiration and being proud of yourself seem like things motivational pictures say and only the few of us achieve. Right now, though however with mocks over and UCAS submitted, it’s really important.
It’s that inevitable time of year, where lecturers finally publish results from your assignments submitted a few weeks ago. With hope your thinking too much into the scenario, predicting module grades or degree classifications, but […]
Applying for university is a huge step in your life. It is a step that shapes your future path. Now I look back and smile about being in ‘applying for university situation’ 3 years ago, but back then, I was anxious because I had no idea what and where I wanted to study, and what to become after finishing my degree.
*Alarm buzzing*….oh no, not again! Morning lectures are never fun…sometimes, if you are lucky enough, you manage to get dressed and have breakfast, but there are days when time is not your friend.
If you have a busy morning, this super easy and tasty recipe will put a smile on your face – it’s tasty, quick, nutritious and student-budget friendly.
Spoiler alert- it’s vegan, delicious & can be gluten-free!
This is a rarity for all of us, as student life is busy, dramatic and sometimes overwhelming… but every cloud or investment debt has its silver lining.
Valentine’s day is typically a day of being wined and dined at a fancy romantic restaurant, but that may feel hard to achieve when you are a student with a budget. So how do you make valentine’s day special with a shoe string budget?
The first thing people said to me when I told them I was in a relationship with someone from back home was “that’s never going to last!”. Well I hate to say, I proved all of those narrow-minded individuals wrong.
My first year was undoubtedly exhausting especially travelling to Worcester from Gloucester. It is indeed only an hour journey to Foregate , but considering 6am alarms plus porridge bowls in mum’s car, this results in one tired student for the morning lecture. Not forgetting the journey back home, commuting four times a week equals 8 hours travelling.