My whole life I have suffered with severe eczema. It has always had a big impact on my life and so was a major influence on my decision to go to university. Before starting university, […]
You can have so much fun at University and sometimes it can be easy to forget that you are actually there to get a degree! But, as getting an education is the main reason for being here, it is important to make sure that you are organised, as there are now lots of aspects of your life that you need to balance; learning, essays, part-time jobs, food shopping etc. Here are some tips to make sure you are fully organised at Uni!
University can become really stressful at times! Trust me, I know! With assignments due, presentation fast approaching and placements creeping up on us, as well as trying to fit a social life in there somewhere, sometimes it can become just a little overwhelming.
Let me guess, drinking six jaeger bombs on New Year’s Eve and your stumbling self in Munchies decide this is your year; losing sixty pounds in twelve months all to get that Cumber-batch jawline line or Kim K’s body?
One of my concerns before starting university was that I would struggle to eat healthy due to not being at home to enjoy the nutritious home-cooked meals. I aimed to find several ways to make eating healthy on a budget that little bit easier and tastier!
To be at one-kenobi with your mind, body and your environment is guaranteed to de-stress the soul and self in any difficult situation no matter how complex.
As a small child I would excitedly run up to my parents with my latest invention and wait in anticipation as they studied it (most of the time probably trying to work out what on earth it was suppose to be). In my eyes, making things was a release of imagination and it was even better when I could give it to someone as a gift.
Hi, I’m Meera and here’s my advice on student saving. One of the many challenges students have when starting university is managing their money but with the help of these tips, you can keep track of not just your spending, but also your savings.