When the trial period ends: Fighting for financial fairness with poor mental health

In 2011, I was lucky enough to go travelling around the world, which I can only describe as one of the best things I have ever done. However, when I got back and started taking stock of my finances, I noticed a £15 charge to a company that I didn’t recognise. I found this charge … Continue reading When the trial period ends: Fighting for financial fairness with poor mental health

Who wants to be a broke student, anyways?

Hi Guys, As a first-year student starting in September 2016, my main fear was surviving on pasta for two weeks, unable to afford pasta sauce. I had the slight concern that I’d blow my whole student finance payment by the end of Freshers’ Week. I’m sure this feels inevitable for most students, but it doesn’t … Continue reading Who wants to be a broke student, anyways?

Four Tips for Keeping Your New Year’s Money Resolutions

Without a doubt, almost all of us could be better at managing our money.  And with the holiday season just past, many of us are starting to feel the weight of our holiday debt.  You might have made a resolution this year to clean up your finances and be more responsible, but are feeling clueless … Continue reading Four Tips for Keeping Your New Year’s Money Resolutions