In September I go back to university as a second year. So looking back on my first year I’m telling you my top ten mistakes I made so you don’t have to…
It goes without saying that this year will be very different from past years but some things will be the same. Most students will still be moving into student digs, all students will have to settle in to uni life (either physically or virtually) and all students are going to start term – even if it is a bit different to usual.
So you are going to university, your accommodation is sorted and now you need to make sure you are taking everything you need. Instead of buying everything at once, I brought a few things every month leading up to uni, I was also very fortunate to have my Grandparents help me buy lots of the items I needed.
There are hundreds of ways to become more eco-friendly and sometimes it can all feel like too much. So you are looking for somewhere to start, check out these easy things you can do.
A university favourite. Easy to cook, easy to make in bulk and freeze. The one recipe every student should be bale to cook.
This has been a longstanding family favourite. It’s one of my favourite meals, serve it with peas or mixed veg to keep it healthy.
I love to eat this recipe. I is easy to make and can be frozen.
I love this cheese I put it on everything: on pizza, jacket potatoes, in pasta, with salad and as a dip.
So I have finished my first year at university. All my coursework and exams have been completed, now I’m waiting for the final grades for the year and modules to be released in July – well, I’m not waiting for them but they’ll come. Unfortunately, like all students, this year was cut short and changed due to the pandemic. But I thought it is still a great time for me to look over my first year of university…
We all talk about how we are binge watching everything ever filmed. So in no particular order, here is a list of all the best TV I have binge-watched so far…