You are here

Life at Suffolk

Blog

4 November 2022   - Maya
During these darker days, many of us suffer with ‘winter blues’ or struggle to stay productive in the dark. Whether you suffer from S.A.D. or simply lack the motivation in winter, we need to acknowledge that our lifestyle ...
17 October 2022   - Jasmine
With World Mental Health Day just behind us, it is important we all take some time to reflect upon how we can improve and maintain our mental health. One way I do this is through keeping a journal. Often our ...
11 October 2022   - Maya
Click here to view part one!Have you ever been sat at your desk, ready to tackle your study to-do list, but you don’t know where to start or how to concentrate?Here’s a few helpful tips that ...
11 October 2022   - Maya
Have you ever been sat at your desk, ready to tackle your study to-do list, but you don’t know where to start or how to concentrate?Here’s a few helpful tips that I have learnt over my years ...
5 October 2022   - Jasmine
Most of us feel as though we should be reading more, especially now we’ll be spending our time cooped up indoors and snuggled up under a blanket (with our bookshelves staring at us oppressively)! But the cost of new ...
28 September 2022   - Maya
Everyone seems to talk about the importance of having a healthy work-life balance or even a healthy school-life balance or in most of our cases a healthy work-school-life balance. But do you find yourself in every free moment you have ...
25 September 2022   - Rose
It is hard to believe that this is my last post for the Life at Suffolk Blog after nearly four years of writing! Today I am going to sharing my experience of studying on the MA in Creative and Critical ...
15 September 2022   - Maya
Fair warning: this will not be a perfected ‘day in the life’ with an extortionate amount of motivation. This is a real example of a casual day in my life as an English Literature and Creative Writing student trying to ...
7 September 2022   - Kate
Josh, BA(Hons) History, Class of 2021Transferrable SkillsExactly this time last year I had completed my History degree at UOS and was uncertain of my career options. I loved History at school and whilst at university enjoyed studies in gender ...

Pages