As a student (or anybody really) you're often under immense pressures to 'do good'. And, speaking from personal experience, if moving away from home to a new city, the homelessness crisis may come of a shock to you in particular. The guilt you feel when somebody approaches you for money but you don't want to… Continue reading 5 ways to be generous, even when you can’t afford to be
Sadly, a store which was once one of the biggest players in the worldwide toy industry, has announced they are going in to administration this week - Toys R Us. The company announced that after failing to find a buyer and meet a £15m tax bill, the store will now enter an 'orderly wind down'… Continue reading What Happens When you can’t Adjust to Changing Times?
November saw the release of John Lewis' Christmas ad of 2017 and we were introduced to Moz the Monster. The ad has since generated mixed opinions, I personally thought it was nice, a heart-warming addition to JL's festive archives. However I have to agree with the critics that yes, it lacked their traditional Christmas appeal,… Continue reading Are UK companies festive budgets well spent on Xmas ads?
So last month was World Kindness Day and since I have been thinking about things that can be done to make the world a better place. No kidding, you can't change the world on your own - but you can certainly take steps towards becoming a more well rounded individual and someone who can put… Continue reading Simple Steps to Making the World a Better Place
I've always been good at grabbing bargains, and there's no reason why you cant be too! All it takes is a well-invested afternoon in to researching deals and a little bit of know-how. I traveled to Budapest this summer with friends for a short, but highly anticipated getaway for a few days; managing to include everything… Continue reading A Short Guide on How to Book the Best Budget Holiday