Christmas is well and truly over and many of us will be trying to eat healthier after all of the treats over the festive period. Here are some low-calorie and easy recipes for you to try to kick start 2017.
Now that Christmas and New Year are over, it’s unfortunately time to focus on our January exams. As students, we all know revising can be really stressful, so here are five helpful tips on how to stay calm during the exam period.
There’s no denying we could all use a little help when it comes to keeping our new year’s resolutions, so to make 2017 be your best year yet Eliz Salih is here to tell us how we can stick to the resolutions we’ve made this year.
For any vegans out there, it’s safe to say that we could all use a little inspiration in the kitchen. Eliz Salih is here to provide you with some fresh ideas.
As the decorations start to pop up and the songs begin to play, it’s easy to see that Christmas is on its way. But if being away from home at this time of year is a struggle for you, here’s what you can do.
As the big day nears, the last thing you want to be doing is running around the high street like a headless turkey at the last minute. Rebecca Coleman tells us how we can avoid it.
Do not get me wrong we all love Christmas, right? But there are just a few things about it that can become quite annoying.
University is the perfect opportunity to meet all kinds of different people, and that’s one of the best things about it. And although their individual quirks are a good thing, sometimes the same characters pop up, and here’s 10 of them that you’re sure to recognise.
If you’re lucky enough to be heading to London this winter, then check out our top ideas that are bound to get you in the Christmas spirit. So dust off your Christmas jumper and get ready for some fun!