Living in the “community” of St John’s is by far the most challenging aspect when living away from home. All those additional perks from last year living in halls, with a launderette and cleaners, are […]
University is something I’ve always wanted to do, there was no sudden epiphany or realization, I wanted to go to university so I worked hard for it and managed to achieve it.
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.
Before starting university, I liked to think of myself as quite an avid baker, and was a bit worried that I would maybe not have the time to carry this on throughout my time as a student.
It can seem like the majority of people cruise through University without the slightest stumble or low moment – but you’d be surprised at how many students hit a wall in their studies, and contemplate giving up.
Pancake day/Shrove Tuesday for some is a religious occasion or just an excuse to eat loads of pancakes. I love pancakes (who doesn’t) but relied on my mum to make. So when I came to university it was a bit of a shock, she shared her secret recipe with me so now I can make pancakes just as good as hers.
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?
It’s come to that time of year again where all the flat mates get together to make pancakes. But what if you’re one of those strange anomalies who doesn’t like pancakes? I have a solution for you! Quick and simple cinnamon swirls recipe!