Discounted for students this works out cheaper than buying a ticket on the bus every day.
Bag the fashionable finds with this ultimate guide to charity shop shopping. You get more for your money, help reduce waste, and support a worthy cause.
Cooking together reduces the amount of time your oven needs to use energy, but it’s also a great chance to look out for each other’s wellbeing.
Batch cooking is one of the most cost effective ways to use your oven. Buying food in bulk can also be cheaper, reduce food waste, and save you time in the week.
Why buy new if you can repair your old favourites? Visit the Regeneration repair café to save those treasures from landfill.
Great exercise, faster than walking and cheaper than the bus. Cycle Republic offers a 15% discount to all UoG students and a free bike check.
It’s cheaper than using the tumble dryer and will also help your clothes last longer. Check out clever care for more clothes hacks.
Best before is often still great after. Reduce your food waste and save up to £20 a month with these tips from Sainsburys.
The UK throws away £13bn of food each year. Check out Love Food Hate Waste for delicious left over recipes to help you make the most of every penny.
Boiling a full kettle of water can take nearly 4 times as long and cost 4 times as much as boiling just a cup.
It will save on your energy bill and even cook your food faster!
Finding good bulk buys for dry foods can save you money, use less packaging and mean you need to visit the shops less often! Try the world food isle in the supermarket.
Cookers, microwave clocks, lights, equipment on standby etc.
Your washing machine alone could account for 7% of a student house energy bill. Choose the eco setting and check out 10 tips for energy efficient washing.