During this time of year, the world goes a little mad. This madness has only increased in recent years as materialism increases. I am of course talking about the Boxing Day sales. Living in the UK, I remember the days that I would awake in the morning to find bags of clothes that my parents…Read more 0% Sale
When I was a kid, I would go to the shops with my brothers but instead of using the money I had been given, I would abstain and only have a little nibble at what they bought. The pennies saved would go in my money box. Cheeky little bugger, huh? My little brother came home…Read more Sneaky Saver
Over the past few weeks, an event that has been celebrated worldwide is...the winter sale. A time where bleary eyed mothers, fathers, teenagers and children make their pilgrimage to the shops in the early hours of the morning or stay up late to catch the moment a sale starts on their favourite website. Mayhem and…Read more Sailing The Sale
Dear University, I am contacting you with regards to a matter of utmost importance, significance and urgency. It is a question which has largely been forgotten today, drowned by the hordes of masses who have swarmed in the early hours of the morning to the hub of electrical devices and discounts. So, the question is:…Read more Black Friday Tuition Fees Offer
A call comes from one of your community leaders informing you that there will be a meeting to create a new local group on Saturday evening and that you are invited to attend. Politely, you reply that you will try your best but as you put the phone down, you smile to yourself knowing that…Read more You Ain’t Having My Time!
Central London is a bit like Istanbul. Oh don't be silly you say, there's no way the two cities can be compared when on one side you have stunning, glorious, breathtaking ancient architecture and the sparkling Bosphorous whilst on the other there are simply glass buildings with lights glinting on the top at night and…Read more How Much For Some Coke?
I was extremely excited about a job that I had applied for. It was a tutoring position at a tuition centre which paid well. After going through the process of having an interview and a lesson trial, I was feeling fairly confident about getting the job. Finally I could do away with the underpaid position…Read more Dashed To The Ground
A break from the Turkey Holiday posts. I went to a job interview today. Well, it was actually a trial lesson as it was at a tuition centre that I had previously applied for. Remember the one where I had said were taking a while to reply and being terribly ambiguous? I had sent them…Read more You Should’ve Told Me There’s No Need To Be Nervous!
The current job market has caused the oppression of teenagers in the workforce. While it is claimed worker's rights are protected, employees take advantage of the desperation of many in order to make more profit. The obvious issue of contention is wages. For a long time, I have seen the minimum wage as a great law…Read more The Murky World Of The Minimum Wage
Sometimes budgeting can be stressful. Especially when you are uncertain about a few things in your life such as whether you want to continue working in the same financially unrewarding job that you have been for the past two years. For me, budgeting is not optional but a necessity due to the fact I have…Read more Budgeting Woes Are Turning My 18 Year Old Hairs White!
I could buy that amazing Carrera hybrid bike from Halfords which would rid me of transport problems and allow me to get some exercise. I could buy that amazing Microsoft Surface 3 table which would be a great improvement on my brother's current one which sounds like a washing machine and is more clogged up…Read more I Could But, I Can’t
Clear blue skies, a warm blanket of heat in the air, very little humidity, it seems like the perfect morning to wake up early and enjoy the world by riding a bike along the river or taking a leisurely walk along sun kissed pavements. The only problem is I work on Sundays but lets not…Read more Feeling Blue Under Blue Skies?