A fabulous gift guide for those on a budget!
The first week of university is one of the most exciting weeks you’ll spend on campus. It can however become quite overwhelming trying to not get lost while making new friends and taking advantage of all that ‘Welcome Week’ has to offer. So below I’ve listed some of my top tips to help you make... Continue Reading →
Moving to university is an amazing and exciting experience. Part of that experience is moving out on your own and adapting to university housing or dorm/hall life. At university, your dorm room becomes your primary space and quite honestly it’s the only space that is all yours, so investing some time and effort into making... Continue Reading →
This weekend I went to an amazing free yoga class with one of my girlfriends and it got me thinking about how we often get stuck doing the same activities over and over again every single weekend (e.g. parties, bars, movies etc). That’s why I’ve decided it’s time to refresh my social calendar and mix... Continue Reading →
It’s graduation season! So seeing as I’ve graduated university three times (BA, MA, Phd) – allow me give you some quick advice to help make the day less stressful and even more enjoyable! Arrive earlier than you need to If there is one day you want everything to be perfect – it’s graduation. However,... Continue Reading →
As the buzz of the New Year winds down, it’s time to get serious about those New Year’s goals we all made – one of which always revolves around being a healthier version of ourselves in the coming year. As a student, the new year means new courses, new assignments and new stresses, but it... Continue Reading →
Being a university student is complicated - trust me I know having been one for almost a decade. Between attending classes, studying, making friends, joining societies, developing hobbies and applying for jobs, there are so many balls to juggle that it can quite honestly become quite overwhelming at times. Luckily, we live in modern times... Continue Reading →
As lovely as it would be to always be able to go home for Christmas, unfortunately for many students (myself included) it’s not always possible given financial constraints or even insane deadlines. So for many, Christmas is going to be spent at university and I won’t lie to you – spending the holidays away from... Continue Reading →