Tag : Gabriella Davis

5 unexpected benefits of coping with depression and anxiety

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Most people that suffer with depression and/or anxiety will know just how overwhelming and debilitating it can be. I have realised that once you’ve worked through negative feelings there is, in fact, a silver lining. Now I see that it’s important to think about the positive elements of living with mental … Read More

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE: 10 of the best jazzy gym leggings

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It goes without saying that when you look good, you feel good. Everyone wants to achieve that summer body and getting the motivation can be a challenge. As students we don’t always have the cash to splash out on sportswear so whether you are a once-a–week jogger or a seasoned … Read More

Lets Drink Our Way – Through St Paddy’s Day.

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St Patrick’s Day isn’t all about shamrocks and a good excuse to dig out your god-awful green jumper amidst the dirty clothes at the bottom of your cupboard. No need to brag about your Irish roots (if you have any) because here in Leeds it is the best excuse to … Read More

Review: The Fits – Why is being a teenage girl so traumatic?

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Developed and produced through the 2014/15 edition of the Venice Biennale Cinema College program, The Fits is a micro-budget film written, produced and directed by first-timer Anna Rose Holmer. Holmer manages to convey a strange and interesting film into its lean 72-minute runtime that has an abundance of eerie and … Read More

Must Read Books on Mental Health

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Having just finished National Eating Disorders awareness week (February 26th – March 4th, 2017) and now entering Self- Harm awareness month (March 1st – 31st, 2017) it seems essential to highlight mental health and learn as much as possible about some of these often debilitating disorders and illnesses. Where better … Read More

Review: Hidden Figures – Plenty of uplift to take off

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Hidden figures is the untold story of Katherine G. Johnson (Taraji P. Henson), Dorothy Vaughan (Octavia Spencer) and Mary Jackson (Janelle Monae) – extremely talented African-American women working for NASA that served as the brains behind the space race between the United States and the Soviet Union. One of the … Read More

The reality of being a committee member

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It is no secret that being a committee member for a university society is a great achievement and, most of the time, a lot of fun. I say most of the time because there are a number of people, both at the forefront and behind the scenes, that allow for … Read More