Should you treat studying like a 9-5 job?

Emma Worrall breaks down her experience of switching from an anything goes student lifestyle to keeping to office hours, and how this may be the secret to that elusive work-life balance. Since the beginning of the year, I have tried to stick to a 9-5 or 10-6 office-style study schedule. Why, you may ask, would […]

3 Ways to Tackle Negative Rumination

Are you an overthinker? Are these ruminations negatively affecting your mental well-being or making it harder to concentrate whilst studying? If this is the case, then you are not alone. After many years of ruminating I have developed three simple ways to tackle my negative rumination, which I would like to share with you, in […]

Don’t plagiarise, be PlagiarWISe!

Plagiarism. Passing someone else’s work off as your own. It’s forbidden by the University Regulations but do you know what is and isn’t plagiarism, and how to avoid it? Understanding this is the first step on the road to success at the university level, and here’s how the Library’s PlagiarWISe tutorial can help…By Rhiannon Taylor […]

Bullet Journal your way to Success

Bullet journaling is one of the simplest time management systems you can use. All you need is a notebook and a pen. It’s a super reflexive system that can help boost your productivity, especially if you’ve had trouble with the rigidity of more conventional diaries. Here’s a guide to setting up your own bullet journal… […]

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