Clemence Smith discusses if 2021 is really the year for resolutions
Maggie John reveals her Arts and Lit resolutions for the New Year, inspiring us to enrich our lives in the coming year.
Sophie Stoakes weighs in on the success rate of New Year’s Resolutions I love New Year’s Resolutions. The new year, and in this case new decade, brings with it the promise of a fresh start and a renewed sense of optimism and positivity; the sky is the limit with possibilities on what you could achieve […]
Here we are, 2017 has nearly finished, and I know what you’re thinking…oh how this year has gone so quickly. As a decided cynic, I always find it amazing how cliché we always seem to get at the end of the year; I suppose it is the sentimentality that comes with Christmas. For many, this […]
We live in a consumer-driven society with a rapid cyclic need to constantly upgrade our stuff and ourselves, and with the new year behind us, gyms are packed and our days start with a new sense of desire to become better versions of ourselves. But inevitably, we fall into our old ways within weeks, if […]
You’re back at the busy gym, with seemingly everyone else at University, and even though you had to wait for each machine you’re pleased you went – you’re going to kick 2017’s butt! A few days later you wake up and debate staying in bed. You snooze for 10, 15, 30 minutes and then decide […]
I was probably borderline at one point. The first time I got drunk I was 18 and all it took was two cans of Magners at a house party. It was quite a night really. In a short space of time I managed to offend MP Gerry Kelly’s daughter by telling her that Sinn Fein […]