Given that the Earth is now in a Climate Emergency, cutting down on plastics has never been more urgent. Rather than trying to recycle them, we should be aiming to reduce the amount of plastic that we produce and use.Continue reading How to Cut Down on Single-Use Plastic
I am a disorganised traveller. Having grown up as a British Airways staff-traveller, booking holidays last-minute has become second-nature. Worse still, packing for week-long holidays the night before we were due to fly became customary. My most recent trip abroad saw me scrambling on a Friday night, trying to pack everything away in time for a flight on Saturday morning.* So, with that in mind, I want to share some of my top packing tips for disorganised or busy travellers; let me paint you a picture…Continue reading Travel Tips: Last-Minute Packing
Having been on at least a hundred interviews since graduating (okay, that might be a slight exaggeration, but it was definitely a lot!) I am somewhat an expert in interview techniques. Even more so because one of those interviews actually landed me a job. So, here are my Top Tips for interviews!Continue reading The Adventures of Graduate Life: Interviews
Summer is approaching and, for a lot of students, that means it’s time to start thinking about what to do on your year abroad. Last year, I was an Erasmus student in Spain and I’m going to share with you five reasons why I chose the Erasmus program.Continue reading Choosing ERASMUS
You know how travelling costs money? And students don’t have much of it? Well…Continue reading Travelling on a budget
Hello readers! I’m back in the UK, have been for a while, and I’m currently studying and working part-time. In my spare time I’m either sleeping, eating or working on assignments. So, I ask you this: how on earth can I find the time to travel?Continue reading Travelling: Who can find the time?