Hello strangers! It’s been what, 3 months since I graduated – how crazy’s that? A lot has happened since my unimelb days. So much so, I feel like I’ve grown into a different person. Since graduating from my science degree, I’ve been fortunate to secure a full-time job at Deakin in the International Marketing and Comms team […]
One of the unfortunate downsides of adulthood is having to book your own appointments. The times of parents booking yearly dentist visits and shipping you off to the doctor if you are sick won’t last forever. Not only do you have to remember to book such appointments, but going to them often ends in a […]
Moving out involves a heap of expenses, and setting up a kitchen is one of them. The following is what you really should buy to avoid making yourself ill. This isn’t Julia Child’s kitchen, but rather what you need to make some standard student meals; pasta, toast, sandwiches – that kind of thing. Saucepans This […]
Joey finished her Bachelor of Arts in Creative Writing and History in 2013, and is currently in her final year of her Masters in Creative Writing, Publishing and Editing. It doesn’t take long for the thrill of living out of home to wear off—eating nothing but pan-fried haloumi and condensed milk eventually takes its toll […]
As a university student, everything that I buy is from an op-shop. No joke. If you are a student studying full-time, living out of home and working a job on the side, the budget can get pretty tight.
This blog post is brought to you by Reanna Clark. Reanna is a second year Bachelor of Arts student, majoring in Psychology and Criminology. She also runs her own blog, You’ll Move Mountains – check it out!