When it comes to being a neighbour, we all have some ideas of just what this means. However, sometimes in the midst of uni work and socialising, it can be easy to forget about the people around us, particularly our neighbours!
Mental health is an ever-growing issue . With increased cuts to NHS services, a millennial-epidemic has taken hold. University offers many challenges, more than cooking raw meat! And sometimes you can experience mild or temporary distress that divert daily routines…or actual panic attacks.It’s important to recognize these signs, before they become uncontrollable.
As I’m sure you’re well aware, starting university is a huge step. I remember when I was doing my A-Levels, I was receiving advice and tips from so many people I didn’t know what to think. Therefore, in order to help out others thinking of going to university, or those already at university who are struggling, I have gathered some advice from current students on life at university in your first year.
University – undoubtedly the most stressful, vulnerable, but most rewarding experience in your life. With emerging technology and assignments making us exhausted, individuals.
Ever since I was little I would always play pretend schools with my friends. One of us would pretend to be the teacher and the others would be the students. We’d play for hours; enjoying the novelty of writing on a whiteboard and demanding that the ‘children’ listen, thinking that was what it was all about… Oh! How wrong we were…
It’s nearly summer! I don’t know about you but right now, with all of the exam preparation and assignments going on, summer seems like a long way away. Fear not, we are on the home straight and we can start making some summer plans!
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, […]
So it’s nearly exam time and the panic is starting to settle in… how can I possibly revise all of this stuff before my exams?! Breath. It’s going to be okay.