Interning is the best way to get experience in the career you want to follow. Find out how I got on at Healthy magazine and read my top 5 tips on how to make the most of your time with the company you’re working for. Continue reading
My luck must be in because the lovely people at Natural Balance Foods asked if I wanted a big ol’ box of Nakd bars to review and as a die hard Nakd bar fan, I accepted.
January is meant to be the time of reform and it feels like the whole nation goes on a super strict diet to shed the Christmas weight. This may work for some, however I don’t feel like January is the best … Continue reading
December has been the maddest month of uni work yet, I’ve been swamped down with deadlines and exams so haven’t had much time to blog, or eat properly for that matter. However I did put some time aside to make … Continue reading
Last week I had a reading week and although I had to travel a total of 13 hours to get home and back to uni, it was most certainly worth it as I had seven luxurious days of home comforts.
The cold weather and dark evenings mean it’s officially autumn. I’ve changed my blogs background from cute summery daisies to crunchy looking leaves to celebrate the season change which brings with it scarves, soup and staying in on weekends (yes, second year … Continue reading
To say these past few weeks have been busy would be an understatement, but as I sit here, rocket, sun dried tomato and hummus toastie in one hand, homemade mocha in the other, I couldn’t be more proud of what … Continue reading
Let’s face it, student’s aren’t going to spend their time cooking lavish and exquisite meals all the time so when you can’t be bothered to cook try these convenient meals – you can get them in most supermarkets. I’ve been … Continue reading
As the new academic year begins, Eve the Vegan Student returns! Yes, Eve is back after a very busy summer. 3 holidays, 2 festivals and 1 work placement have kept me occupied but a new term means lots of new … Continue reading
Sitting in my beautiful kitchen in a small village in the countryside, it’s hard to believe that I’ve spent the most part of a year living on my own in Bournemouth. I decided that I would turn vegan on the … Continue reading