News and tips
A quick look on the internet tells us that there are a few ‘plastic-free’ days and that July has been picked at ‘Plastic-Free July’ by western Australia and adopted by many other individuals and countries. So, we thought we would look at ways you can go plastic-free in the UK and particularly in Sheffield.
Today is Macaroon day!! We think these recipes are the easiest around. Why not make something delicious for all your housemates. These recipes are also dairy free, vegetarian and the coconut macaroons are vegan! They are also useful as bite-sized mouthfuls of energy to get through your studying.
You might think that to study, you need peace and quiet to think clearly. However, many studies have shown that, far from being conducive to studying, silence makes the mind wander and try to fill the void. Listening to music is the way forward
When you imagined living in a student house or sharing a room, did you imagine it would be the best fun ever and you would instantly bond with everyone? Well, we’re sorry to be the bearers of bad news but living with other peoples’ drama, and the stress of Uni can make for an ‘interesting’ experience.
If you have decided to come to Sheffield to study, you might be wondering what student accommodation in Sheffield is really like, where the best areas to live are, and what there is to do besides drinking. Here is a handy guide to living and studying in Sheffield.
Today, we also eat chocolate eggs, giving one to each member of the family. We found some of the best eggs (reasonably priced too!) were from Aldi, or Lidl, though you will find Easter eggs on sale everywhere!
The internet is useful for loads of things, not just watching videos of cats or falling into a YouTube wormhole at 3 am. You can use the internet to help you study, save money, find the best nightlife, or just escape your housemates and binge on Netflix for the night.