Essentials to remember when travelling

It’s the night before your trip. You’ve packed the majority of your suitcase, and you’re convinced that you’ve not missed anything. But what about those little essentials that are so easy to forget? Here’s a quick checklist to help you keep on top of everything! Electronics chargers: so easy to forget! I mean, you’ll probably be charging your phone overnight before you leave, making it so easy to leave out of your suitcase the next morning. Make sure you have phone chargers, tablet/e-Book chargers, and laptop chargers all safely stowed away.  Medication: remember to pack any essentials like prescribed medication…

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A festival survival guide

Sunny skies, cider in hand, and your favourite band playing on the main stage, a festival is one of those things you simply have to do at least once in your life. Embracing the mud isn’t always easy to do at first, but with everyone in the same boat the race to survive festival life is on.From getting your head around festival safety, camping advice, beauty tips and keeping everyone updated back home we’ve rounded up a few tips to keep your festival experience a memorable one.Camping TipsIf you’ve ever been to a festival before you’ll know that in order…

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How to make a successful assignment plan

Everyone gets stuck when having to plan an assignment. Sometimes ideas come to mind to quickly and you have to mental organisation to archive them in distinguished files and other times you might not even have a clue about what to write. Here are the five top tips to help you plan your assignment in a clear and organised manner. Remember that the most important thing when following these steps is NOT to rush your plan, and allow yourself time to think about what you are actually writing. #1: Read around the topic The first thing you want to be…

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Survive the Uni Commute

How to survive the uni commute. While your friends have already paid huge deposits for their student houses and set up utility billing accounts, you’ve firmly decided that living at home and commuting into university would be far more cost effective. Whether your timetable for next year racks up a total of three hours per week, or you feel you live close enough to justify the journey in every day, commuting is becoming an increasingly popular option for students across the country. Why feed that £3000 maintenance money directly into a greedy landlord’s pocket, when you could be jetting off around…

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