Did you know that the French indulge in an average of 16.4 hours of “me time” a day on things like sleeping, eating and socialising?
Want to find cheap flights for a spur of the moment trip to fulfil your wanderlust fantasies? Yes my friends, there’s an app for that. Let’s talk travel.
When you google “can going on your phone too much can affect the shape of your thumbs?”, maybe it’s time to put down the phone.
It’s the common summer curse that when we behold a seemingly infinite time span of freedom, we don’t know quite what to do with it. Here are some ideas to keep you busy over the holidays without breaking the bank.
“Our parents never let us in to the reality that adulthood is hard, undefined, and at times downright painful, but it’s not impossible – or so they tell me.”
“The truth is I will never be “white” enough or “Chinese” enough to appease those that think I am less. And why should I try too?”
In hindsight, we’re able to look at our lives, slightly older, slightly wiser. With this in mind, what would you tell your younger self?
It’s clear that a big city like London has a growing number of homeless people but sadly homelessness is seen as more of a nuisance than a cry for help.
Don’t learn the hard way. With these simple do’s and don’ts you may just become a fully functioning adult living outside sanctity of the University bubble.
Success is personal. Read what you wish, research how to be successful, then throw all of that out the window. Make your own checklist based on YOU.
Let’s talk Brexit. Britain has long been celebrated as a tolerant country, and I hope we will continue to be the country I still believe we are.
“I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, contrary to popular belief my boobs do not stop me from learning about and loving a sport! Surprise!”
Some people listen to music and don’t understand the lyrics. Some go to festivals and simply watch. And then there are others who can’t physically contain their emotions. Where can you find said individuals? The Pit.
Taking a chance on anything can be a formidable prospect. It can mean taking a blind leap of faith or simply following your instincts, whatever the situation, take a chance today, it’ll be worth it.
“This Earth Day, I invite you to feel the reality of our present situation. In that connecting moment, when we reach out with a true desire to align our values with that of nature.”