That’s it, it’s all over… not to be dramatic or anything but yeah I’ve officially finished my time at university and am starting a new chapter in my life! It’s crazy to think that four years have flown by and now it’s time for me to be a ‘proper’ adult. I’ve spent the last few days exploring because it turns out that I haven’t actually been to very many places besides the uni campus! I thought I’d share with you my uni experience and try to give some tips on how to survive being a student, from budgeting tips to studying!
So yeah, I finish uni soon and I’ve recently secured a flat and I’m so excited to a). stop living in a tiny box room where I basically sleep in my kitchen… b). to finally have an oven (seriously, it’s been chaos) and a bath (yes I’m going to go mad in Lush!) and c). be able to make it my own and fill it with LOTS of houseplants! I thought I’d share with you some homeware bits that I’m lusting after, enjoy!
Time. We are always running out and there are never enough hours in the day to fit everything we want in. I applaud the people who balance working full-time, running a blog and parenting, all whilst trying to live your own lives! Yet when the time comes that you have a moment to sit down and write… nothing! I’ve been sat here staring at this page for the past two weeks trying to think of something to write – I’ve hit the blogging wall.
I can’t believe how quickly this year is flying by! Scarily, I finish uni next month and I am terrified of the prospect of having to leave the ‘student life bubble’ and fend for myself in the outside world… Right now I’m in the process of looking for a job for when I finish! Who doesn’t love the stress of applying for jobs, right? Also, I’m not a huge fan of getting those dreaded rejection emails or even the companies that don’t bother getting back to you! What’s that all about?! It would take them literally no time at all to send back a response like “thank you for your application, unfortunately, you weren’t successful” or even “Yaay, you got an interview!”. So, I thought I would share with you some tips and tricks on how to look for your dream job and hopefully get it!