Last year I made a list of New Year’s Resolutions or goals as I like to call them. I think resolutions are things we make, that aren’t achievable and we don’t achieve. Whereas goals are things we know we can achieve or we aim to; and let’s face it resolutions are more like a wish list whereas goals are a shopping list. I thought I would throw together some ideas of goals for 2021.
It’s been one hell of a year. We’ve had the good, the bad and the ugly. So much has happened in the last year, in fact, it feels like so much longer than just a year. I want to take a moment to look back on what has happened in 2020.
There are a few easy ways for you to budget, which will make your student finance go further and will keep you eating real food all term.
With just over 2 weeks until the moving in process starts for most universities, I thought what better time than to write a list – well, a list of last minute things to do and check before you go.
Let’s talk stationary, you probably don’t need as much as you think you need.
Generally, when we think of uni students, we think of the party lifestyle, shopping, the societies and sometimes studying. But there are lots of other ways to have fun at university, which require little or no money. I’ve also tried to think of things that students can still do with the current Covid-19 restrictions (I’mContinue reading “Cheap things to do at uni with your flatmates…”
Everyone knows when you are a student you need to be on the lookout for how to save money. But other than searching for student discount everywhere you go, how else can a student save money?
I spent hours before starting unviersity on Pinterest looking at different ideas for decorating my room. It is so important for your room at uni to feel like home and be somewhere you want to spend time,
I can’t remember what I forgot but I forgot something. Everyone forgets something, it’s not a big deal so don’t stress about it. No matter what you forget, you can probably buy a new one or your parents can post it, bring it to you or you can pop home to collect it in a few weeks.
At uni, I need to easy to cook, cheap food but I also want food that is healthy and vegan. I often cook in bulk and freeze the rest, meaning most the time I pull something out the freezer. By cooking meals in bulk it means I am only cooking a few times a week as opposed to daily – it is also much cheaper than buying convenience food, ordering in or cooking daily