• Antarctic Endeavour: Tom Warburton and his South Pole Solo Attempt

    Impact Lifestyle chatted to Tom Warburton about his record-breaking challenge to raise money for armed forces charities, Help for Heroes and Hire a Hero. Alongside his fundraising, Tom has been visiting schools and youth groups to raise awareness about the environment, and has recently been working with Glacier Rescue Project...
  • Dear Agony Aunt: I can’t stick to my New Year’s resolution…

    Dear Auntie Carol… How can I stick to my New Year’s resolution this year? Dear reader… First of all, let me apologise for my absence last week! For those of you who don’t know – last Tuesday was my BIRTHDAY! Honestly, so many unexpected things happened. To cut a...
  • Dear Agony Aunt: I’ve never been to Nottingham before…

    Dear Auntie Carol… I have never been to Nottingham before – what is there to do? Auntie Carol says… Oh my Christ. I knew the day would come, I just didn’t know it would come so soon! This is my first question from outside of Nottingham – Auntie Carol...
  • Top 10 ways to Stay Fit and Healthy at University

    Studying can be a stressful experience, especially if you aren’t doing anything besides your degree. To break up the monotony of your routine and relieve the intense nature of your course, becoming mindful of your physical and mental health can lead to an improvement in your overall performance. Forcing...
  • The Pros and Cons of Dieting at Uni

    Maintaining a healthy and balanced diet as a university student can be a struggle, especially with the lure of nights out and naughty food. On top of this, juggling deadlines and other commitments with healthy living can seem impossible. Dieting has definite pros and cons, especially at uni, which...
  • Dealing With A Diagnosis Of The New Years Blues

    Christmas is over. You’ve eaten your entire body weight in Christmas food, and to top it all off, exams are just around the corner…face it, you’ve got the New Year Blues. But don’t worry, I know January seems like the start of a year with empty resolutions and extra...
  • The Affordability of UoN Sport and Fitness: A Response

    When we come to University, we pay a hefty price. For a considerable number of us, that £9000-9250 a year burns a gaping hole in our pockets. So, it makes sense that an extra £199 on top just to join a sports team or go to some fitness classes...