During University, we cannot wait for it to be over. But once graduation is done many students ask themselves “what do I do now?” “where do I start?”. These questions naturally make us overthink, feel unhappy, depressed and anxious about what the future holds. Just know that you aren’t on your own and many people […]Read More Post Graduation Depression: How To Deal With It, Job Applications & Beyond
Dear Readers, Today’s post is based around redundancy. It’s a sensitive topic for those that have already been in this situation. However, this post will contain many lessons that can be taken and used to guide you through this phase in life. One of our very own had been made redundant and he shares his […]Read More Redundancy At The Age Of 22 – The Case Of Mohammed
Hi all, Today’s post is going to be about dyslexia and exploring the symptoms of learning difficulty. This post also aims to help those trying to live with these challenges and to find a way of embracing it and finding the positives in it. Dyslexia is known as a learning difficulty and is classified as […]Read More Dyslexia: A Creative Way of Living
Hi Everyone, We hope that you are all well, especially if in the UK where the weather conditions are not great, we hope that you are taking extra care. Today’s post is based on Interview Tips. Before we get into it, we’d like to thank Angela Mortimer the Recruitment Company for sending over an information […]Read More Interview Tips By Angela Mortimer
Hi everyone, Wishing you all a very happy 31st. Some of you reading are probably celebrating New Years already. We’d like to wish you and your families an excellent year ahead that brings you lots of joy and prosperity. The main purpose of this post is to do a bit of reflection of 2017 and […]Read More A Reflection of 2017 & Some Aspirations for 2018
Hi everyone, Hope you’re all doing well. It’s been a while since we have posted, but we promise to be active this month. Today’s post is slightly different, perhaps a little more philosophical. Success is a universally desired, but its definition is very subjective. Is it really objective, or do we choose to manipulate its […]Read More What does success mean to you?
Hi guys, The festive season has started, there’s a lot of excitement building as Christmas arrives. For students however, this isn’t always a positive thing. Students can be under the pressure of revision, completing their assignments before and over Christmas and simply managing their time whilst simultaneously taking a much deserved break. So we thought […]Read More How To Stay Efficient During The Christmas Break.
Hey guyss.. I am pretty sure most of you reading have some kind of deadline approaching, and here you are procrastinating reading this post. However, we’re sure that once you get to the end of the post you’ll feel energised and eager to be productive. There’s a tonne of websites out there proving tips, some […]Read More Dealing With Dreadful Deadlines ..
Hello everyone, hope you are doing well.. Thought we’d make this post slightly different from the previous ones and something much more relatable to our current situation. Ask any graduate, looking for a job isn’t easy. It’s extremely stressful because you have to apply to a considerable amount of jobs to even get a phone […]Read More Key Points To Remember During Your Job Search
Welcome Readers .. Till date, this blog has dedicated itself to providing advice that would essentially benefit you throughout education, primarily University students. However we thought it’d be useful to actually design a post that identifies the prevalent issues students come across throughout their university journey. Without having these problems, there’s nothing to really advice you […]Read More Common Problems Faced By University Students – Contains Secondary Research