University life can be a life of newfound freedom as most you may be leaving the nest to live in a shared living situation with other students. This freedom comes with its challenges and perks. During your time as a student at the university, you are likely to meet a lot of people, including some of the greatest people you’ll ever meet in your life.
Hangovers and university come hand in hand; nights of downing shots and debauchery are never far away so rather than deny yourself the fun, read up on our top tips to do away with those dreaded days in bed. Whilst we can’t promise any miracles, we can provide you with some simple remedies to manage the myriad of symptoms that follow the night before.
Shared living can come as a culture shock; the coalition of familial tropes, forced together under one roof. Some of us may be born cleaners – scrubbing every nook and cranny to offset the stress of assignments, whereas some of us won’t notice the trail of chaos we leave behind. Whilst neither of these is strictly right or wrong, often just habitual, it can be tricky living harmoniously with these two preferences at play.
Whether you’re just starting university or going back after the summerbreak, you might be asking yourself, how will I survive living with other people?! Follow our advice and you’ll be just fine! Don’t take all the space. Just because you got there before your soon-to-be housemate, that doesn’t give you the right to take up all the…
Managing money is stressful, especially when you are a university student and you have to worry about the increasing education expenses and your limited budget. However, managing money can become a breeze if you know how to manage your money smartly.
Viewing properties is probably the most fun part of the rental process,
particularly if this is your first time away from home. However it’s sometimes all too easy to get giddy with excitement and those all important questions slip your mind. Here are our top tips to make sure you get all the information you need.