Being a student comes with a lot of advantages but also with some restrictions, like money and what I’m about to talk about today, space.
As a poor student but in the same time a young professional, I chose to rent a room in a flat instead of living in the dorms. It’s a cozy two-bedroom flat albeit small and I’m lucky to have a very lovely roommate. The rent is not the cheapest and there are some months that I don’t have much money left after paying the rent but it’s clean and fairly new, and by walking distance to my college campus.
So in my case, when it comes to my space, it’s more about my bedroom and some tips that I found helpful when I organized my own room. Continue reading “How to organize your space”
Nowadays, it has become more and more impossible to just be one thing. We have become multi-taskers and we’re working at different projects simultaneously. If you take me for example, I’m a student, an employee and a wannabe blogger. Of course, I’m also a daughter, a sister, a grand-daughter, a best friend, a simple friend, a roommate and the list goes on. But how can you stay afloat with all the responsibilities and engagements that come with these different roles. Continue reading “How to organize your schedule “
As you may have noticed under the name of my blog, this is about the lifestyle of a college student in London. I am proud to say that I’m studying in one of the best fashion colleges in the world, in one of the most fascinating and expensive cities of the world. Thus, I’m a working college student.
In this post, I wanted to talk about college life (I’ll talk about working while studying further down the line) and my impressions so far. Continue reading “College Life”