Friday, 16 November 2018

Getting The Most Out Of Your Student Placement | Guest Post

Being out in the big wide world for the first time can be overwhelming! Here’s how you can get the most out of your student placement.

You’ve worked your socks off to get to where you are; those sleepless nights cramming revision in, the endless work sessions in the library, perhaps even drinking countless amounts of coffee and energy drinks to get you through. When the opportunity of a student placement rears its head, you jump at the chance! However exciting it may seem on the surface, there’s a lot to consider.

How can you get the most out of your placement while you’re at university? I’ve teamed up with SLV Global who give psychology students the chance to gain work experience in the mental health sector, to bring you some top tips for getting the most out your student placement.  

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Monday, 12 November 2018

How To Save Money This Christmas


Christmas is just around the corner. That means it is time to start the Christmas shopping or carry on if you are super organised or ignore the fact that Christmas is coming closer every day and leave everything to the last minute. I don't judge! 

However, if you are starting to think about your Christmas shopping, there are lots of deals out there to be had! I thought I would run down some of the best and biggest deals for you today to make your Christmas shopping just that little bit easier and more affordable. 

It's no secret that Christmas shopping can be expensive. It is also so time-consuming having to go between the shops trying to find the latest and best deals to make the biggest savings. However, with the help of Latest Deals you can have all the best deals in one place for you, to make your Christmas Shopping stress free and super cheap.

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Thursday, 1 November 2018

Christmas Gift Guide For Those Who Struggle With Their Mental Health

Christmas can be a stressful period for us all, but when you struggle with your mental health, it can be even worse. increased anxiety, stress or SAD can be just some of the many mental health problems people struggle with during the festive period. 

Not only is Christmas, a stressful time for many which can exacerbate existing mental health problems but the period after Christmas, the new year, can be even worse. Many people hate the cold, miserable months of January and February with nothing to look forward and the stress of paying off those large Christmas bills looming over us. 

Even though Christmas, can be a lovely time to spend with family and friends, it is not that easy for everyone, which is why, I think, if you know someone who is struggling with their mental health, Christmas can be a perfect opportunity to buy them something which might help ease their struggles or pain. There are lots of little things which may really help those who struggle with mental illness. Although nothing is going to magically make their problems go away, I'm certain they will be thankful for any extra support they receive, this Christmas. 

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