If you're frequent user of social media you'll be no stranger to the negative comments and feelings of inadequacy that can come about through using it. A few people I follow have used the platform to expose some of the comments they receive on a daily basis, and the harmful effect it has had on… Continue reading Self-image – From a psychology students perspective.
I've recently become so obsessed with using pasta alternatives such as edamame or black bean spaghetti! I prefer it to whole wheat spaghetti, as it actually offers nutritional benefits such as 22g of protein per 50g (amazing!) plus it's also lower in carbohydrates, with only 16g per 100g. Also, it is gluten-free, vegan, and a great source of… Continue reading Edamame Pasta Dish
Uni is 50% organisation and 50% hard work. If you manage to stay organised, and on top of essays, presentations, and exams...I can assure you, you will be fine! What with exams only a few weeks away for most uni's, I thought this post would be very relevant. It is crucial to stay organised, as there… Continue reading How to Stay Organised at Uni
Yes, food really does affect your mood. When you think about what effects your mental health, the typical answers are stress, self-esteem, and relationship issues, to name but a few, however, we often underestimate the impact that food has on our mental health. When you consider the science behind it and the growing evidence that food… Continue reading The Impact of Diet on Mental Health
My tried and tested budget-friendly tips to keep you eating healthy, and feeling great at uni.