Big Decisions

Over the past few days I've had to make some big decisions about what I am doing at Uni and regarding where I'm living; It's all come to a head now and next year, my final year of Uni, I will be taking travelling from home. It's a pretty sad moment for me because I like being more independent and living close to where everything is but it just isn't feasible for multiple reasons; whoever said students are rolling in it couldn't be more wrong! So come May I will be back at my parent's house and saving money for when I finish my course in the hopes I'll have enough to make my way up to Stoke when it's all over and rent a house with the boyfriend, and finger crossed start a masters course in counselling. It's all very scary and real right now but I know it will all work out for the best :)

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  1. Ah- but just think on how much money you'll save and what you can do in the travel time. I know its hard but int he long run it's a smart decision :) Best of luck for the last part of your degree! xx

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    1. Thanks sweet :) I know it's the right decision but it was a very big one! xx

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  2. AND you get to spend some time with your lovely Mum. yes?

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  3. The things you do when you are a real grownup... scary! I wish you good luck with whatever you decide!

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  4. I did the same thing & it really worked out for the best. I don't have a stack of debt and I can now afford to live alone comfortably. Think positive!

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  5. I nhad to live from home in my 2nd and third year becasue ofmy spending :/ It washard but after a few months I started to enjoy the commute. XX

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  6. I decided to stay at home and drive to uni (the journey is 30-40 mins) and it saves me a lot of money, but I don't get out much. However I do save loads of money compared to my uni friends who rent! Though this is going to be a big change it looks like it'll be worth it in the long run :)

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    1. I agree, though my journey will take an hour and a half and require trains and buses! xx

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  7. Don't be scared - it will all be ok in the end (think this is my life motto!)

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  8. I have just done same thing. The way me and my fiancee where going we would never be able to save to get a proper house and get married :(
    Atleast it's nice to looked after by mummy! xx

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