Category : Lifestyle

Food for Thought

7 months ago / 0 comments

Lifestyle and Culture writer, Emma Prentice, shines a light on some of the foods we should be trying to eat to boost healthy living and power our brains for revision. Now that semester two is well and truly underway, you may find that your work is starting to pile on … Read More

Bundobust: Better Than Ever

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Mill Street in Leeds City Centre is home to an unassuming restaurant that is sure to blow your mind, boasting intense flavours, reasonable pricing, craft beer and sustainable dishes. For veggies, vegans and meat eaters alike, Bundobust offers some of the best indian street food Leeds has to offer. The … Read More

Wake Up Feeling Fresh

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We all hate getting out of bed in the morning. Take a look at these top tips to getting out of bed with ease feeling fresh. As we slowly inch into second semester, those 9am starts aren’t getting any easier. As the days go past, being able to get out … Read More

New Year, Studious Me

8 months ago / 0 comments

With February upon us, most of us have admitted defeat when it comes to New Year’s resolutions. Year in, year out, in an attempt to reinvent our future selves, millions of us declare 1st January as the start of a new beginning. But how important is this? Is the nation’s … Read More

10 ways to de-stress now that exams are done.

8 months ago / 0 comments

There’s no two ways about it, exams are stressful. But now, thankfully, for most of us they’re over. So here are 10 ways to de-stress now that you’re free. Meet your friends for a coffee and a chat. Meeting friends is a great way to take your mind off your … Read More

Some of the best love stories literature has to offer

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We all love a good love story. A good romance to keep us happy and hopeful. There have been some amazing love stories in literature over the past few decades, so here are a few to get yourself in the Valentine’s Day spirit. Me Before You (and After You) – … Read More

5 ways to stick to your New Year’s resolutions

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January can be a strange time of year. It’s a time when the post-Christmas-blues seep in, dry January hits hard, and summer is just too far away to seem real. On the other hand, it’s also a time for reflecting on the previous year and making some new goals for … Read More

The importance of body positivity

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The body is a constant and inevitable presence in our everyday lives. From how we decide to get dressed to what we like to eat, from the advertisements that torment us, to other people’s looks, we cannot avoid taking into consideration the body. Everything seems to affect our body and … Read More

Eight Best Ways to Beat the January Blues

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The turkey’s been long eaten, the presents all opened, New Years is just a blur, and we’re back at Uni. Not to mention the fact that bank accounts are looking pretty empty and the cold weather doesn’t seem to be going anywhere. We’re all familiar with that sinking feeling after … Read More

Keeping a Diary: A Real Form of Art

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This year, turn over a new leaf, take up a new hobby and start writing a diary. Lifestyle and Culture Editor, Bella Davis, offers some pointers on getting started.  The beginning of the year is often characterised by the setting of goals and resolutions, and the consequential fallout from the … Read More