When I was 17 years old, I knew exactly where I wanted to go and what I wanted to do. But, when I was 18, on my A-Level results day, I didn’t get what I expected.
You know, there are several parts of me that doesn’t feel connected to the 17 year old version of myself. 24 year old Tory can be so indecisive and I never seem to settle on what I want to do or where I want to go. How was I so sure about where I wanted to go to uni?
Looking back, what advice can I give? What’s the most important thing to think about on your A-Level results day?
Continue reading “Getting into University through Clearing: Making Your Choice”
If you’re British, that’s great, and please listen up. If you’re not British, you know what, the message of this letter is still really important. Pay attention if you’re 18 or older, and can actually do what I’m about to ask you to do. Not over 18? Still important for when you get to that age.
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So far this month, I’ve managed to have my car fail it’s MOT and I’ve had to order myself some new glasses because my prescription has gotten worse. Like me, are you finding yourself a bit short on cash?
Monday is always a good day to try and make a change, so with that in mind, here’s some quick fire tips to get you thinking about where that money is vanishing too, and how to change your ways! I will try to practice what I preach…
Continue reading “How to Save Money Without Really Trying”