There’s more attention than ever on looking after the big green and blue ball we call home. We’ve put together 8 simple steps you can take to reduce your mark on the world and become an eco-warrior.
Loneliness is a common occurrence that can affect anybody. A study by the Co-op and the British Red Cross found that over nine million people living in the UK are either always or often lonely. This article suggests some ways to tackle loneliness so that you can enjoy university.
Before packing your bags to venture out into the world of university, it’s important to consider what you are and aren’t going to take with you to uni. We have compiled a handy guide of items that you should definitely be putting in the ‘no’ pile.
Are you constantly snubbing your friends for your phone? Friends will soon lose interest in you! Check out our video about what not to do, if you want to keep your uni mates.
Dirty kitchen surfaces, leftover food and washing up left for days, are just a few kitchen nightmares which can cause friendship fails. Take a peek at our video to find out what not to do, if you want to keep your uni mates.
Music playing full blast, late-night cooking rumblings and doors constantly banging… sound familiar? Discover what not to do, if you want to keep your uni mates in this video.
Are you a guilty food thief? Just opening the fridge door when no-one's around and nabbing your flatmates' food and drink? Take a peek at our video to find out what not to do, if you want to keep your uni mates.
All it takes is a push of the button and you'll annoy your neighbours. Don't be a nightmare flatmate and set off a false alarm. Check out our video about what not to do, if you want to keep your uni mates.
Moving away to uni can be a big deal, and one thing you might be thinking about is how will you make friends? Remember everyone is in the same position, so don’t panic, and follow our advice.