• Part 2: An Eating Disorder That’s Part Of Me

    I can’t stress enough how mentally draining this disorder is. Whilst many people can stroll into the kitchen and see what food is speaking to them at that moment, I would mentally plan out the night before what I’d be having so I got the ‘right’, ‘healthy’ combination....
  • Part 1: An Eating Disorder That’s Part Of Me

    WHERE TO START? Well, maybe I should explain why I’m writing this, despite the fact that the thought of others reading this terrifies me. Eating disorders are complex, completely unique to everyone who suffers from one; it’s a common belief that body image is the sole initiator of an...
  • When The Going Gets Tough, The Tough Get Going – Physical Outlets For Mental Health

    People struggling with mental health are often told to busy themselves. Whilst the convenient options are to binge a series or two on Netflix, physical ventures seem to expend long-term benefits. But what exact outlets have been proven to help?...
  • Photo of a woman with her back to camera, walking alone through a city

    Safety Apps For Walking Alone At Night

    Lucy Tombs The events of the past few weeks have resulted in many women feeling increased anxiety surrounding their personal safety. Whether this be walking on your own at night or strolling to the supermarket in the middle of the day, most people have felt doubts about if they...
  • Weekly Wellbeing: Dealing With The Anxiety Of Being A Woman

    The last few weeks have not only been eventful, but also exhausting. We went from celebrating female solidarity on International Women’s Day, to questioning a mother’s mental health status and allegiances to the nation after she publicly shared her struggles, to then dealing with the loss of a Sarah Everard, who was...
  • Students In Isolation: The £1,750 Hotel Quarantine Charge

    Victoria Mileson A recent government announcement now requires those returning to the UK from overseas to pay £1,750 for a mandatory hotel quarantine. The new guidance will require British nationals to quarantine in a hotel for a minimum of 10 days in a government-approved facility if they have returned...
  • Weekly Wellbeing Write-up: How To Take Quality Breaks To Stay Productive

    University Students have worked from home before, it is one of the positives of higher education, but the pandemic meant that working from home has become the new reality for many and is often no longer a choice. By taking away this choice, it has now become far more...