|Perfect multiveg mash||get in your 5 day without realising||5002||44%|
|sticky ginger chicken||simple amazing feel good food||6523||41%|
|Hungarian Paprika Pork chops||an amazing dish - perfect for friends!||11727||57%|
|Breakfast Burrito bacon n egg||low fat version of the US brekkie burrito!||4736||46%|
|cold cure random chilli||started makin lamb ragu, ended up with chilli||3442||46%|
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.
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…
Even though reports suggest employment rates are on the rise and the economy is improving, majority of the population are yet to feel the effects of these claims. A personal budget is essential to ensure monthly cash savings are in place, holidays are feasible and healthy day-to-day living is achievable.
Trying to navigate student life on a budget is one of the biggest challenges faced by young Brits across the nation. Of all the everyday expenses that students face, food is by far one of the most important, helping to keep them healthy, nourished and ready to revise.
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...