A Glasgae Valentine’s on the cheap

Whether you can’t wait for it or you just can’t wait for it to be over, Valentine’s Day is officially here. While love is free, Valentine’s can cost a lot.

How to save money when you’re a poor student

With balancing deadlines, exams and a part-time job, students tend to have enough on their plate without having to worry about money. Just because it is the stereotype that all students are poor, doesn’t mean that has to be the reality. We’ve gathered some tips to help you save the pennies and hold onto your […]

Student lifehacks: how to spend less on food

If you’ve managed to splash most of your student loan already this month, but don’t know what you actually bought, it was probably just food. Have you ever been unable to justify spending that £20 on a new top but had no problem spending just as much on a takeaway or eating out? Of course […]

Money Hacks: Here’s how to save money now

Each year we hear more and more scary reports about young people struggling to manage their money.  The latest found that more than a third of young people have debts of almost £3,000 and experience significant concerns about cash. The survey, that questioned over 2000 people aged 18 to 24, found that they borrowed using credit […]

10 things you forget to account for in your SAAS budget

Planning out how you’re going to use your student loan is important to avoid over spending and being left a week before SAASmas (SAAS day is basically like Christmas once a month) with no money. There are obvious things to add into your budget like rent and food, but along with those there are things […]

Swapping fast food for home cooked meals = happy bank balance

We’ve all experienced the moment when you get home after an awful day and the last thing you want to do is stand and cook for another hour. Enter your local takeaway! These days, it’s far too easy to be lazy and order food instead of making it – with apps, you often don’t even […]