My first dissertation meeting with my supervisors just took place today: it’s official, I’ve started the dissertation process. I handed in my last essay, took my last exam and here I am, still a student, but not for long and with… Read moreWhat I wish I’d known before starting my postgraduate degree
Grant Flynn is one of the organizers of Social Fit Edinburgh, an initiative that had changed my life in so many ways that I thought it is worth sharing! I am really pleased to share a small interview I had… Read moreGrant Flynn from Social Fit Edinburgh talks about his initiative and mental health!
I know some of you currently reading this still have a whole lot of exams to prepare for and a month of studying ahead of you, however I think that considering what you’ll be able to do afterwards to relax… Read moreHow to relax after your exam period?
Well, we have all been there. Cold season. Sometimes, no matter how careful you are you will end up catching a cold. So, for those of you who wonder, “what should I do if I am ill while studying?” here… Read moreHow to survive sickness while studying
Over the years one spends studying at university one inevitably gains a few tricks of the trade. Today, I’m going to impart you with mine. This is a short (but very genuine) list of some of the fastest ways I have… Read moreA 4th Year’s Quick Tips to Improve Your Studies
In six months I’ll be done with university for good. Six months seem at the same time so close and so far away. Right now I’m focused on the second semester and I barely have time to think about anything… Read moreMy tips on how to prepare for your career after university
A survey by Mystudenthalls.com recently found Edinburgh University to be the second healthiest university in the country! The study attributed points according to the cost and range of gym facilities, number of yoga and meditation societies, accessible mindfulness resources, and the… Read more6 easy ways for you to improve your body and mind, courtesy of Edinburgh University
As the New Year rolls around, you may have made a slightly different resolution to usual. Whether it was Iceland’s Christmas advert highlighting the problem of palm oil, or finally getting that KeepCup in your stocking, the world is waking… Read moreLet’s get sustainable
What I learned in 2018 at Edinburgh The year 2018 saw me going through my second semester as a second year and my first semester as a third year. Looking back, what a year 2018 was for me! Last year… Read moreWhat I learned in 2018
Being a Latin American student in Edinburgh is quite an adventure. Especially if you come from places like Quito, my hometown, which despite being at 2,800 meters above sea level has an average temperature of 20º throughout the year and… Read moreHow to stay active during winter and boost your mood!