- Your loan
- Any grants, bursaries, sponsorships, or scholarships you’re eligible for
- Money from your parents or guardians
- Wages from a job
- Your phone contracts
- Contents insurance
- Any travel or car costs
Keep your space clean
No one enjoys washing up straight away. However, you’ll like the aftermath of leaving them out even less. The same goes for emptying the bins regularly; it’s needed if you don’t want your kitchen smelling.
Get in the habit of doing your dishes straight after you’ve eaten. For other general cleaning duties, make sure you work out a plan with your flatmates, where one person is dedicated to a specific task on set days. Looking for some top cleaning tips to help keep your room fresh? Click here!
Many things can get in the way of taking care of yourself, such as studying, work and social commitments, but practising self-care is so important when it comes to taking care of your emotional health and well-being.
If you’re looking for some self-care inspiration, we’ve rounded up a list of ways you can begin to practise self-care to help give yourself a little boost, read them here.
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