Print Lifestyle editor Zoe Sperry advises us on how to readjust to university life and make the most of term 2.
Charlie Nadin discusses how to brighten up your January, from stretching Christmas out longer, to making memories with your friends.
Evie Marshall discusses how to care of yourself while achieving your goals, both as a student and an activist.
Mahnoor Imam explains the symtoms of Seasonal Affective Disorder and shares tips on how to deal with them.
Sophie Porteous discusses the habits we should maintain after the pandemic is over
Lifestyle Editor Millie Betts discusses the anxieties that many might be experiencing while restrictions continue to be lifted
Groundhog Day Tabitha Hannam gives us a rundown of how to preempt the onset of a Groundhog Day, listing some fresh ideas which could help tend the lockdown blues. Although it is a frequently parsed cliché that we should live for the small things in life, the January lockdown has convinced me that this truism […]
Lifestyle print editor Georgia Shepherd shares how she’s coping with lockdown
Repeatedly, we’ve been told that exercising reduces our stress levels – something that is essential during exam season – but faced with seemingly unending hours of revision, it’s difficult to motivate yourself to go for a run or do the shortest of work-outs. This is partly because you’re exhausted, but also because it looks like […]
For me, revision self care is always about being able to take breaks when I need them. I find it impossible to concentrate if my head’s not in gear, so I tend to take breaks when I feel I need them. This can vary from day to day, depending on what I’m studying, or just […]