Here we go, round two of the student summer detox, this week – lunches. If you tried out a few of the healthy breakfast recipes featured in our most recent blog - still think healthy eating is boring? Didn’t think so, and lunchtimes are about to get healthier and tastier so keep reading!
As the dreaded assessment period draws ever closer once again, you may be starting to look at your never-ending revision checklist. But first off, ask yourself a few questions…
At Uni, sometimes, you’ll either be running out of that student loan or wanting to chill out and forget the mad party nights once in a while but still want a night to spend with your friends. Movie nights are the one of the best ways to still be sociable but still have time to spend time with your friends at the same time...
How much is your food shopping costing you every week? £20, maybe £25? Now we are coming to the very last few weeks of our loan, like many others, your bank account may well be running out of steam - so it’s more important than ever to avoid the infamous overdraft that’s creeping ever closer. By starting to shop and eat smart, you’ll find you can stretch those last few pounds that bit extra.
February and March are the perfect months in the year to sow seeds and grow your own veggies! It’s a common belief that growing your own vegetables and plants is a hard and labourious process requiring vast amounts of time and space; however this couldn’t be more wrong, the perfect carrots could be grown on your very own windowsill!
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