Coping for a day without a phone

How much do you rely on your smart phone to get you through the day? Read on for some tips to help you if you're ever faced with 24 hours without it.

How to organise your money at uni

Here are some tips on how to organise your money at university, so you can enjoy a night out, guilt free.

Should I furnish my rental property?

To furnish, or not to furnish? That is the question. We weigh up both sides of one of the more common landlord dilemmas.

The First Time Buyer Survival Guide

Buying a home for the first time is probably one of the most significant purchases you’ll make in your lifetime, and it can be a particularly overwhelming process for first time buyers who might not know what to expect. Read our First Time Buyer Survival Guide to understand the process of buying a property from start to finish.

What are the most dangerous countries to visit on holiday?

Everyone gets excited for the summer holidays. But in the midst of all the planning, people often don’t consider the risks involved with travelling abroad. To help you feel prepared for your summer travel, we’ve done some research into the world’s riskiest travel destinations.

7 questions to ask yourself before driving abroad

Summer’s finally here, which means that it’s time to pack up the car and head off on your summer road trip. Whilst hitting the open road is exciting, there are 7 questions you should ask yourself before driving abroad…

10 ways to protect your home on holiday

It’s a sad truth that holidaymakers can often be vulnerable to opportunistic thieves as their homes sit empty while they’re away on holiday. To help you feel prepared before you jet off on your travels, here are 10 tips to protect you home while you’re away on holiday.

Do I need travel insurance for my holiday?

To help you decide which travel insurance is best suited to your trip, we’ve pulled together some things to consider when taking out a travel insurance policy, and the different types of policy available.

9 easy ways to fit into a new workplace

After university, it can be slightly daunting leaving the comfort of the classroom and joining a new workplace for the first time. Read about 9 easy ways to fit into your new workplace.

The Solo Traveller’s Survival Guide

While everyone dreams of travelling, a lot of people get slightly nervous at the prospect of travelling alone. Read our Solo Traveller’s Survival Guide to find out the best tips, tricks and hacks for your solo trip.

What you need to know about mobile data roaming abroad

A change in EU roaming rules in June 2017 now means that you’re able to ‘roam like at home’ when using your mobile phone on your travels. From checking your contract, to changing your phone settings, here’s what you need to know about mobile data roaming abroad.

5 reasons why landlords keep student tenants’ deposits

Our research shows that 25% of student tenants that paid a tenancy deposit received deductions from the amount. With this in mind, we’ve shared the most five common reasons that student tenant’s had deductions made from their deposits, and some tips for how landlords can mitigate these potential issues.

The survival guide to living without a mobile phone

If you were to lose your phone in this day and age, how different would your life be? Would you know how to survive without a phone? We’ve put together our top survival tips.

What is the most dangerous day of the year for drivers?

No matter how many preventative measures we take, we will always face a certain amount of risk in our day to day lives. To help you stay safe on the roads, we’ve shared some of our research into the most dangerous day of the year for drivers.

4 Freshers’ Week Phone Fails

Freshers’ week is a major event for many students. If you're going to uni this year, find out more about insuring your phone with our top freshers’ week phone fails.

10 things no-one tells you about leaving uni

Before you leave uni, there are a few things you may find useful to know now you’ve graduated and are looking for your first full time job. From graduate schemes to student loans, here are the 10 things no-one tells you about leaving uni.

9 tips for moving back in with your parents

Moving back in with parents after uni can be a great opportunity to take stock of your life, and your finances. To help ease your transition, we’ve pulled together some simple tips for moving back in with your parents.