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Some living expenses you just can’t get away from, but that doesn’t mean that they have to cripple your bank account. There are practical ways for you to cut costs. Check it out:
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Lara left res after braving it for six months. Her reasons for leaving, however, just happen to be the reasons why she wishes she’d stayed.
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You’re finally moving out of digs and into a new flat! Should you pack all your stuff in your wheels or get in professional movers? Here’s how to handle the mission of moving.
When Jessica, a loud, enthusiastic student moved in with Katherine, a shy and quiet-as-a-mouse bookworm, she wondered what they would have in common…
Jess moved cities after graduating – but it felt like she moved mountains!
So you got carried away with the end-of-year sales and now you realise that your rent money is hanging in your cupboard in the form of a few new summer threads. You need to make a plan!