Juggling work, life and study is a balancing act. More often than not, I find myself on top in two of these areas, but behind in another.
During the first weeks of the term, I often take on far more shifts at work than I actually need to. I’ll allocate 50-60 hours for work, maybe 10 or so for studying, and then use my spare time to go out with friends. But towards the final few weeks of term, when assessment deadlines are approaching, I often find myself incredibly stressed. Not only stressed about assessments and preparing for exams, but also stressed about managing my finances when study takes a minimum of 40-50 hours per week.
Without managing finances and creating a budget to prepare for this shift, financial stress can throw your work/life/study balance out of whack. Through my own journey, I’ve found that managing my finances is often the key to solving nearly all of my problems. Keep reading for my tips…
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To say Day One was a BIG day would be an absolute understatement, but it sure was a lot of fun. Teams played out the day with lots of passion and great sportsmanship and there were some very close match ups.
Continue reading Chancellor’s Cup Day One
UniSport Nationals Division 2 on the Gold Coast, well it’s been and gone for another year. This year CQUniversity fielded its biggest team ever with student athletes coming together from campuses right across the CQU footprint to compete in Men’s and Women’s Basketball, Mixed Netball and Touch Football, Women’s Volleyball and Futsal and Men’s Soccer.
Continue reading UniSport – From the Captain’s Log
It has been four months since I took my first steps on Australian soil. My voyage from India saw me travel 7,500 kilometres, three flights and 26 hours for this “once in a lifetime experience”. When I arrived in this island country, I was awestruck by the natural beauty of Queensland. The splendiferous beaches and unique flora and fauna are a treat to the eyes. Doing my postgraduate degree in engineering in such a scenic place is a dream come true.
I chose Rockhampton for my study destination because the campus here
is the main one. The “uni-life” which I desired to experience is here. The
other most important reason was, since Rockhampton is a small town, the
university’s community involvement is always at the next level which will help
me grow professionally and personally.
Keep reading for my personal experience so far in this beautiful country…
Continue reading Namaste to G’day Mate