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9 February 2021   - Rose
Like all social media platforms YouTube can provide hours of entertainment but it can also prove to be quite a distraction particularly whilst studying! However that doesn’t have to be the case as YouTube today is a super diverse ...
26 January 2021   - Rose
Happy New Year! And Happy New Lockdown! Looking for ways to feel all your free time? Here are our top suggestions!Stroke petsFeeling stressed? Stroke your pet! It has been proven to lower blood pressure and lower your stress levels, ...
18 January 2021   - Rose
If you’ve never used TikTok before then you might think it is a waste of time and only full of dances and trends, but you would be wrong! Like all social media platforms TikTok is diverse in its content ...
14 January 2021   - Rose
Hi everyone, today's post is a little different to my usual as I am going to be reflecting on my student blogger experience so far and telling you why you should apply to be a student blogger also! First of ...
15 December 2020   - Rose
The Hold is the new home of Suffolk Archives and is located conveniently on the doorstep of the University of Suffolk. It is a fantastic new facility for both the town and the University and today I am going to ...
10 December 2020   - Natasha
If your child is intending to go to university and is going to move away from the family home, especially if it is the first time they have lived independently, where they end up living in their first and subsequent ...
7 December 2020   - Rose
So Christmas might look a little bit different this year to usual but that doesn’t mean that we can’t stay safe and have fun at the same time! Here are some ideas to celebrate Christmas this year in ...
4 December 2020   - Rose
Who doesn’t love gingerbread especially during this festive period! It is the perfect winter treat but is easy to over complicate so today I am sharing with you a super easy vegan gingerbread recipe that only requires six ingredients ...
30 November 2020   - Natasha
Taking on the student finance package sounds like a huge, daunting commitment. The student loan is made up of two parts - £9,250 tuition fees which goes straight to the university, and the living costs loan, which goes into your son ...

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