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10 professional meals you can make with little effort

Do you love cooking? If yes, you’ve probably thought about throwing a dinner party for friends and family at some point. However, there’s always the worry that you won’t be able to cook something that’ll wow them unless the dish is super complicated.

11 Tips for a Virtual Job Interview

The last year or so has been a funny old time. Nevertheless, the world has continued to move forward, and, while many people have been furloughed or even made redundant, jobs are still popping up. And with this comes job interviews.

8 meals you can make with just 5 ingredients

When it comes to cooking, sometimes, you’re just not in the mood to make a massive effort. However, this doesn’t mean you have to reach for the takeaway menu or log into one of the many fast food apps available to us.

Can You Guess the Reality TV Shows in This Picture?

When you want to switch off and binge-watch a bunch of your favourite shows at the end of the day, there’s nothing like reality TV. We don’t know what it is, but there’s something about watching other people thrive/fail/fall in love (delete as appropriate) that keeps us glued to the screen.

7 Ways to Stop Procrastination and Increase Work Output

With Christmas now behind us, thoughts turn to the less frivolous pursuit that is uni work. For many students, the new year means looming deadlines and exams, so it’s time to stop procrastinating and get down to some real study time.

How to Clean Your Kitchen: The Ultimate Guide

A never-ending trail of crumbs, mystery spillages splattered all over the place, and clearing out food that’s so far past its best before date it’s practically Jurassic.

An A-Z guide to unusual British sayings

If you’re heading to live in the UK for the first time, then you may optimistically assume that a good grasp of the language is all you need. But, alas, the English language is notoriously difficult to learn, not least because of the myriad of idioms and phrases that simply don’t make sense without local Read more >

10 Summer Inspired Recipes

The weather is changing and summer is around the corner. But with afternoons spent outdoors comes a change in what you’ll be eating. Of course, as a student, we know your cupboard and fridge aren’t always as well-stocked as the one at your parent’s house. However, that doesn’t mean you can’t rustle up some delicious Read more >