|Stuffed Tomatos With Cucumber||A quick and simple starter (serves 2). prep time: 15 minutes||4588||100%|
|Banana Cake||Perhaps a little expensive for those on a budget but it makes a nice dessert and it's healthy.||8817||60%|
|Vegetarian Wraps||A quick,easy and tasty meal involving quorn chicken (feeds one). making time: 20 minutes||17516||57%|
Can you feel the cold snap yet? Yep, autumn is coming – and whether you love the cold or not, fear not! Coming into season are some nutritious vegetables and fruits that will warm you up and keep you going through those early morning starts and keep the winter flu at bay. What’s more, supermarkets fresh weekly offers have started to sell these vegetables and fruits at prices that we can all afford!
Jackie Balchin from TARGETjobs has written a guest blog for Studentrecipes.com on top tips for CV writing. Follow this simple recipe for CV success in your career search.
I think every person who has been to university, college and even school has felt under pressure, because of exams, revision, money, as well as having so many other typical teenage problems going on at the same time...
If you’re like me, you tend to experience a tonne of stress and anxiety in the run up to a big exam. A certain small amount of stress is good; it keeps you on your toes and shows you care! However, in excess it can lead to lack of sleep, poor appetite and prolonged bad moods, which can all have negative impacts on your exam performance if not dealt with head on.
It’s a nerve-wracking time. Of course, that’s the last thing you need to be told – with manic last-minute packing and enrolment to worry about, you already know. And perhaps you have an inkling of what Freshers’ Week will be like too. But, like many things, it’s hard to know until you’ve actually done it.
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