More focus for studying: use essential oils to help

Do you know you can enhance performance in your everyday life: at home, school, college, and even work by using essential oils to help? These kinds of therapeutic oils can help to improve focus for studying, boost concentration, and increase mental clarity if you understand how and why you should use them effectively. Experts have proved the efficiency of these aromatherapy oils for increasing your cognitive skills and memory potentials.  In fact, while preparing for tests and exams, teachers and students in ancient Greece would place rosemary or other plants on the entrances of their classrooms to enjoy their fresh…

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Why teaching abroad after graduation is the best decision

While exams are still in session and with more lectures on the agenda to be dazzled by, you might find it difficult to think about anything beyond that final year in college. However, there’s one pressing matter so many college students want to tackle, even in the middle of exam frenzy, and that’s taking a profitable, rewarding career path upon getting that degree and throwing the cap in the air. One particular answer has become wildly popular among students from all industries, and that’s moving abroad to teach, and the most common choice for native speakers is English. If you’re…

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Top tips for packing hand luggage for a weekend break

Considering a weekend break is just a short period away, lugging around a large suitcase really wouldn’t be necessary for this kind of travel. Plus, being a student you’d want to save as much money as possible. It means you can avoid paying that little extra for additional suitcases and instead, put this saving towards your spending money! You might not think that taking just hand luggage will be able to carry all the items you require, but when it’s done properly it can be relatively easy to pack for a weekend away with a lot less stuff. Here are…

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New Year (high) resolutions? Earn cash selling your videos online

Welcome to January, the month many of us kick off with resolutions of the ‘must do better …’ kind. According to Statista, saving money / spending less sits 4th in the top 10 new year resolutions for 2019, whilst variations on a theme of saving money, spending less and earning more feature throughout the many resolutions and intentions posts trending across the blog-sphere, including here at Student Wire [anchor text for SW internal blog post link]. And if you’re a student you’ll certainly know why! After all, there’s nothing like almost a month of seasonal celebrating to empty a bank…

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Student work opportunity – CEO for a Day

So it’s official. More young people are now going to university in the UK than ever before, according to new figures from the Higher Education Statistics Authority. There are obviously several positives to this; however it also means that competition for good employment opportunities is becoming more intense. Additionally, the world of work is changing at such a rapid pace that even those of us already in it frequently struggle to imagine how roles, companies and industries might change in five, let alone ten, years’ time. Digital disruption is impacting every industry and corner of the workplace, often with unforeseen…

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