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Coursess can be intense especially during those final years and if you are surrounded by people who aren’t working it can feel a little isolating at times. Suggestions for how to survive your intense courses whilst at University in Sheffield or other cities. Tips from your house to your University Campus. Uni advice; Location of flat, Housemates, Work-Life Balance, Hobbies at University, Diet at University, Relax, Written by Eleanor Devlin, student, University of Sheffield.
Christmas is coming which means turkey, mince pies and all things nice! It’s also the best time of year for some good old retail therapy with shops pulling out all of the stops. Need ideas for your Christmas shopping in Sheffield, as a student or professional? Well, look no further.
Moving away to Uni is an incredibly exciting time and the student housing you choose can make or break your experience. Get it right and what’s better than living with your mates in a great location such as Sheffield?
Well, Black Friday has been and gone for another year, but that does not mean you cannot pick up some great bargains and savings. As a student you can access some super discounts, here we shall give you a list of those we found, aside from the usual.
Christmas – the most wonderful and expensive time of the year! As bookings for Christmas dinners open we all start thinking about the fun plans we would like to do. However, a student budget doesn’t always allow for a full ‘Buddy the Elf’ approach so here are some tips for how to do Christmas in Sheffield as a University student!
It’s that time of year where the clocks have gone back and suddenly the weather gets much colder in Sheffield! For some people, this means excitement for the build-up to Christmas but for others the short days and cold weather make them feel slightly gloomy.
The countdown is on for this year’s Black Friday! Now, whether you think its just a gimmicky Americanism or you are all for the annual shopping extravaganza, there is no denying that there are some great deals out there. So if you are looking for new clothes or home items to jazz up your student accommodation, then read on for our Black Friday tips.
Well kids, Halloween is just around the corner, and do you know what that means? It’s P.A.R.T.Y time! Yes, the hangover of Fresher’s week has just about faded, and Bonfire Night seems like a long way off (there’s a least an entire week to go!) so we all need something to fill the long autumn nights of Reading Week, and what better than a Halloween party?!? (It beats reading, that’s for sure.)
Halloween is on the 31st October and is an ancient tradition of scaring away the ghosts and ghouls. The American tradition of trick or treat has made it across the pond, and so you are likely to get a hoard of children dressed up, knocking at your door, begging for sweets and treats. So here are a few you can make to appease these little devils, or yourselves if you prefer.
Let us be honest, everyone will have to cope with a mental health issue within their lifetime. We all experience loss, grief, pain, fear, depression, sadness at some point. These emotions and how we deal with them depends on how robust our mental health at the time. We cannot expect to feel 100% all the time. The problems arise when we feel we cannot cope with the present situation.