Things they don't tell you about being a geography student

I’m coming to the end of my degree, and after three years of studying nothing but geography I have developed a love/hate relationship for the subject. But I’ll talk about that another time.

I think there is a lot of things people don’t tell you about studying geography at university, and I think there is an awful lot of confusion regarding what you actually study and what you can do once you’ve graduated.

Roommate Harmony Products

If you’ve been reading my blog for a long time you may remember the absolutely terrible time I had in my first year of university when I lived in halls (see posts between Sept 2012 and March 2013). It was the typical issues such as noisy neighbours, flat mates stealing your food, flat mates leaving the flat in a mess, everything breaking, constantly being cold, etc.

So when Roommate Harmony contacted me about their product line I was intrigued. Basically, they make products that aim to improve shared living, and they kindly sent me some over to take a look at.

Let’s take a look at each item and see how they can help in your shared living situation.

Christmas on a budget

Christmas is suppose to be a joyous occasion, but when I look at my bank account at this time of the year I disagree. It’s a tough time for everyone in terms of money, but particularly for students.

Today I’m going to share 5 tips to help you and your bank account to survive Christmas.