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Moving Forward

Joseph Huang

I’m sure that you’ve experienced moments in your life when you’ve felt that you were doing nothing but coasting. You live in your parent’s house; you go to school; maybe hang out with a few friends once in a while; and the rest of your free time is spent on […]

To The Friend That Ghosted Me.

It’s been 6 months since I last saw you. To begin with life was hard, I would often think of you, wanting so much to try and reach out. As time went on, it got easier. But I still never understood why you did what you did.  I was too open […]

Get Personal with your Finances

Fresh year, fresh start! So, the year is wrapped up and we move to the next one with new resolutions, so much positivity and all that excitement to catch up with the peers again! But this time, let’s make it a bit different. Let’s not do the rookie mistakes with […]

How to Practice Self-Care

Taking care of yourself should be the easiest thing in the world. Yet, we all forget to do it or tell us that the happiness and health of others mean more right now. A lot of people put themselves last, sometimes helping others is easier than taking care of your […]

JoyBinge Ep 30 – Friday Filosophies

myntladmin

About JoyBinge JoyBinge is a place to hear news stories of joy, good deeds, and hope when the news gets too overwhelming. Join Kimmy and Sinow as they find reasons to celebrate, laugh and smile! This week, Sinow and Kimmy talk about the great JoyBinge break they have embarked on, […]

5 Books You Won’t Be Able To Put Down

Emily Carter

Reading: the ultimate form of escapism. Any good book will have you lost in its pages, not wanting to put it down. Nothing beats the time spent with a good book and a mug of tea. Although, I must admit that I don’t spend as much time reading as I’d […]

5 Tips To Reduce Test Anxiety

I have developed 5 tips to reduce test anxiety, so that you can be as effective as possible on test day! It is not abnormal to have testing anxiety, no matter the subject,  What is anxiety  Anxiety is an intense feeling of worry, fear and stress from dealing with everyday […]

Budget Entertainment Ideas

Since moving to London I realised that entertainment can be really expensive. These expensive can really add up and leave you with a bad surprise when you check your Online Banking the next day… I came up with a few budget entertainment ideas that will not break the bank and […]

Anxiety Essentials I Can’t Live Without

Amy Jackson

Over the years I’ve accumulated a number of anxiety essentials that I find useful or comforting during a panic attack. These range from things to help with the general symptoms I get to a few things that are useful for distracting me. Most of them I try and keep in […]

Managing IBS at University

Amy Jackson

IBS. It’s not a condition that we feel we can easily talk about. Yet 10-20% of people in the UK suffer from it. Let’s face it, us British folk can often get quite squeamish when it comes to talking about poo. Pardon the pun, but that’s a load of crap. […]

My Autumn Fashion Must Haves

Emily Carter

There’s a number of things I love about autumn. The slightly chillier weather providing a reason to snuggle under a blankie on the sofa, the crisp leaves, the impending sense that Christmas is almost here. But perhaps, above all else, what I love most about autumn is the fashion. Here’s […]

10 Things You Can Control Right Now.

Chloe Faulkner

“We need to focus on what we can control, rather than what we can’t, because if you spend too much time trying to control the weather, you’ll miss out on the sun.” There are so many things in this life that we can’t control. The weather, the opinions of others, who our next prime […]

here’s the tea- long distance relationships

‘Dear God you’re starting university NOT single?!– How can you possibly enjoy yourself if you have someone at home? You need to be finding yourself- not stuck on the phone to someone miles away. It’ll never last…’ WHAT A LOAD OF RUBBISH. I’ve been in a long distance relationship for […]

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