Whether you’re buying on a budget whilst waiting for your next student loan to come in, or you just want a quick and easy solution, why not DIY some gifts? Not only are the below present options affordable to make, but they will also become one of your partner’s most cherished possessions!
It’s now well into the New Year, and that means one thing: trying to get through the rest of January.
You’re suffering from the cold weather, having indulgence withdrawals after pigging out over the Christmas period, and you’re trying to get ready for your next assignments and exams.
So when taking all that into consideration, it’s no surprise if you’re feeling a little ‘meh’ after having the festive break away from university. To help keep you on track, check out our top tips for staying motivated.
From everyone here at dwell, Happy New Year! We hope you welcomed 2018 with open arms and have recovered from the celebrations. Now that the festivities have passed, we’ve compiled a few tips on how to stick to your New Year’s resolutions. Check out the below suggestions…
Now it can be quite a stressful time over the deadline period if they’re all in the same week, you have exams that you literally know nothing about and / or have a job, social life and work while trying to balance it all aiming for a first.
Here are five ways to de-stress over this chaotic, Christmas deadline period:
While nights are getting longer and it’s freezing cold outside, that doesn’t mean we can’t go out and play! Besides the popular ski-boarding or Jjimjilbang (saunas) in Korea, there are other places you can hang out with your friends in Seoul during winter.
The magical time of Christmas is night; Michael Buble has thawed out ready to sing festive tunes and we’re hoping for it to snow on Christmas Day so that we wake up to a winter wonderland. But to help keep you warm during winter, here’s our list of 5 hot drinks for you to try out!