Although a semester only lasts several months, it can sometimes feel like ages. When you combine all of your classes and lectures with the homework and the endless hours in the library, it’s no wonder that you’re completely drained by the time it’s all over. This is why it’s essential to take some time after a busy semester to lose some of that piled-up stress. Here are five great ways to do it. Get some fresh air All the time you spent studying has left you stressed out and tired. The solution might lie in changing the scenery. Instead of…

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8 in 10 millennials are cancelling plans to have an early night

Found yourself sheepishly declining nights out with friends recently, just to get in bed and catch up on your favourite sit-com? You’re not alone; new research from Ergoflex has found that 82% of Britons aged 18-30 have regularly cancelled plans with friends in favour of an early night. This is mainly because they either don’t feel like socialising, are too involved in a series or movie they’re watching or they simply craved a good night’s sleep. Something seemingly unheard of in previous student generations! What’s more, it was found that 9 in 10 millennials admit to eating in bed whereas…

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Tips Every Student Needs To Survive the Final Exams

Success in the final exams can be the difference between getting a cozy job in the tower blocks of Wall Street and spending the rest of your adult life flipping burgers in some fast food joint. However, having passed finals myself, I know that success does not come easy. You do not really have to follow the traditional wisdom, which says you must work hard because the days of hard work are long gone. These are the days of working smart. I have created this article to share some of my experiences and the tips that every student needs to…

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Do you love to lie in? Then you might want to read this!

Most students like a lie-in; in fact, dragging yourself out of bed before midday can be a monumental effort.So, if we were to tell you the optimum time to get out of bed each morning is 6.58am, would you believe us?We thought not.However, new research suggests that getting up late, on a regular basis can be damaging to not only your health, but your weight and even your education.Bed manufacturer, Sealy,  cross referenced the wake up and bed times of more than 5,000 people across the UK, with factors such as mood, weight, energy levels and education.So, what did it…

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Himalayan Salt Lamp – Deeper Sleeper Challenge #6

Try to imagine living your everyday life without lights or any other electrical device. Tricky? We’ve become so reliant on electricity but what about the negative things that it’s doing to our body? Not many people know but some electrical items are also the source of harmful positive ions. This means that when we switch on certain electrical devices, these ions are released, deteriorating the condition of the air in the room and negatively affecting our physical and emotional wellbeing.Research has shown that some of the most harmful sources of positive ions in our houses are:- Computer Monitors- TV’s- Radios-…

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