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8 April 2019   - Katie
April is Stress Awareness Month and also the start of our All About You wellbeing campaign. We’re kicking off with a post about recognising and combatting stress, with some helpful techniques and links to support services.What is stress?...
1 April 2019   - Sarah
With deadlines coming up, it’s easy to sometimes procrastinate. Taking a bit of time off from studying is OK, and sometimes procrastinating in the right way can make you more productive. Here’s five useful things to do if ...
29 March 2019   - Sarah
This post is part of our All About You series, focusing on wellbeing at university. The time of year most of us dread is almost upon us. Exam season is a really stressful time, as you work to get the ...
28 March 2019   - Sarah
Easter is just around the corner, and in the run up to exams and deadlines, why not take the weekend to relax before the final push of the academic year. If you’re stuck for ideas, here’s a list ...
25 March 2019   - Sarah
This post is part of our All About You series, focusing on wellbeing at university.It’s all exciting: choosing where to go to study, getting ready, enjoying your last summer at home. But it can also be tough to ...
22 March 2019   - Rose
If you are anything like me, you have no problem talking normally on a day-to-day basis but then you get set a presentation as an assignment and you freeze. Throughout high school and sixth form I’ve had my fair ...
12 March 2019   - Sarah
This post is part of our All About You series, focusing on wellbeing at university. Being at uni, college, and school can be pretty fun; the social life, friends, and even classes can make it all feel worth it. But ...
7 March 2019   - Sarah
You might be thinking about booking your summer holidays, but you might also be thinking it’s a bit pricey. There’s a few things you can do to dodge some of the extra holiday prices, save, and still have ...
6 March 2019   - Sarah
Exams probably seem a mile away, but that doesn’t mean you can’t start preparing for them. You’ll keep hearing “start early” from your lecturers, and it’s nothing different to what you probably heard in school too. ...

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