|Kara Kulambu||South indian spicy treat||12849||80%|
|Simple Sponge Cake||Soft and yummy basic cake that you can try out at home||4466648||79%|
|Mango Mug Cake||Have a delightful evening||14317||71%|
|Mango Kulfi||The heavenly dessert||12502||67%|
|Spicy Schezwan Sauce Recpie||Use it as a side dish with any of your starters||7189||50%|
So the new academic year is well under way and we are already being set those deadlines before the Christmas holidays approach. This does not mean you have to feel stressed or under any pressure though, being organised is the key to a happy and less stressful time at university and it will leave you feeling reassured of your deadline dates, give you time to sleep and go out and socialise with your friends as well as giving yourself to go home and enjoy time with your family.
Obviously the main purpose of going to university is to learn, and gain that all important degree. Having said that, one of the main phrases you hear about university is the fact that it's a 'life experience'... but what does that actually mean? Asides from all the academic stuff - what do you learn?
The typical fresher puts on an average of 15 pounds (or just over a stone!) in their first year at university, so that news may be welcoming to those of you struggling to get into your old pairs of jeans – you’re not on your own! Summer is as good a time as any to cleanse your body of all that junk food you may have been eating over the past year or so and start afresh with a healthy diet that will leave you feeling refreshed.
With the type of supermarkets we shop in nowadays we don’t tend to worry about whether we are eating seasonal fruit and vegetables; freezing and refrigerating have changed the food we have access to all year round. However you may not always realise it but certain fruit and veg may be cheaper at certain times … Continue reading How to use seasonal vegetables to your advantage part 1: autumn
As the cost of living creeps up year on year and the unrelenting squeeze on our money shows no sign of rebating, students in particular will often struggle. One alternative is to consider going self-employed.