Let’s talk about mental health #nofilter

We started #myunfilteredlife so people felt they could talk about mental health and it could encourage people to challenge stigma. It has been great to see the reaction. We wanted people to see that it can be okay to share what we usually keep hidden, that it is okay to share our unfiltered lives, in […]

Best Things To Do In Scotland’s Two Days Of Summer

The sun’s finally out, so it’s time to make the most of Scottish summer while it’s here. If you’re bored of lying down in a patch of sun at the park, here’s a few alternatives. Camping Although not blessed with great weather all year round, Scotland is blessed with amazing camping spots. From Glen Etive to Loch Lomond, […]

How to survive your Leaver’s Holiday

Summer has arrived, you’ve packed your bags and you’re ready to leave your childhood behind and embrace your 6th year holiday. Follow our top tips to make sure you come home in one piece … Don’t get a naff t-shirt Airports are strange places. You’re not allowed to take suncream or water over 100ml and […]

Six Things I learnt on my Sixth Form Holiday

I’m getting a bit old. I really hate to admit that. And aside from getting two degrees out the way and a REAL job, I’ve grown up in other ways too. On Friday I went to a chippy at the end of a night out and thought, Actually, no, and then went home and made a […]

Sun, ski, chalet? Here’s the Source guide to seasonal summer jobs

Fancy earning some cash abroad this summer, while also boosting your CV? If you’re keen to work in the sunshine, meet new people and have a summer you’ll never forget, grabbing a seasonal job is probably a wise idea. There are thousands of jobs available for bright young Scots like yourself, you just need to work […]

InterRailing explained

Want to see more of Europe but don’t have heaps of cash? InterRailing could be the answer… InterRailing is maybe the most cost effective way to see multiple places in one trip. It’s been growing more popular lately, especially with students who get a youth discount. The concept involves travelling across Europe, or through one […]

Travelling to Greece? Here’s what to know

It’s been all over the news for the past week – and the economic crisis in Greece isn’t going anywhere any time soon. And it’s affecting more than just the country’s native people. The impact’s being felt right across Europe. Greece is, to put it simply, in deep trouble financially. The country has borrowed over €220bn […]

How To… Travel On A Shoestring

You’ve just finished your exams and walked out the gym hall with a tired but relieved smile on your face. Back home, your whole body sighs as you slump down on your bed and try not to think about anything for a while. You look out the window at the drizzly rain tapping the glass […]