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Making Student Life Easier


Student life can be hard to handle. As soon as you have left school and are thrust into the world of 
adulthood, you will find that a lot of things change. You no longer see the same friends every single day, 
your parents aren’t there to cook and clean for you, and you need to get yourself a part time job. Living 
and working and studying at the same time can be stressful, but there are ways to make it easier.

Use transport

Instead of thinking about driving in and out of the city each day and paying extortionate prices for a 
parking space near your campus, the best decision you can make is to use public transport instead. 
Public transport is so much easier to eat around and when you live somewhere such as 
Urbanest vauxhall the transport system can be much more reliable than the roads anyway.

Get a job

The idea of studying while working at the same time might feel like far too much to handle but in fact it 
can teach you a valuable lesson about adult life and help you earn some extra money to cover your 
living costs effectively. You can think about getting a part time evening job in a bar, a weekend job in a 
local retail store or something more professional which you can work on alongside your studies to help 
you gain a new perspective on your chosen subject. Balancing life with a job and study is a difficult job 
but it will be one which teaches you how to manage your time.

Learn how to cook

You can’t live off chicken nuggets for a whole year of your life as much as you might want to. At some 
point during the first few months living in a house you will need to learn how to cook your own meals 
and how to make sure that you get enough nutrients in your body. 

You could watch videos on YouTube for cooking tips, take a class or simple spend the weekend with 
your parents and ask them to show you the basics. Cooking isn’t difficult once you get the hang of it 
and it will make student life so much more inviting.

Make friends

Friends in school are something which you make throughout the years and you grow up together with 
the same experiences and similar interests. When you reach university things can be different because 
people already have established friendships and life long relationships. Making friends in university can 
be more about getting ahead and being able to help each other through the course and provide support. 
Having a group of university friends can make studying so much more bearable and you might even 
make friendships which stay with you for life.

Be organised

Organisation is a huge part of university success, and if you don’t want to fall short of your potential you 
need to make sure that you are organised and that you are able to manage your time. Make a schedule 
for everything including study, work, hobbies and chores. Stick to your schedule as much as you can 
and make time to rest now and again to refresh your mind.

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