Student Life

  • My study playlist!

    Since exam season is upon us, I have decided to share the top 20 songs that are in my study playlist. They all have a mostly calm chill vibe so it might be worth listening to a few and maybe adding them to your own playlist. Happy studying and best of results to all of […]

  • My all-time favourite TV shows

    Today I decided to talk about my all-time favourite TV shows and my favourite characters in them! Gossip Girl is a timeless classic for those who like to pretend we could fit in with the New York’s elite. From the beautiful designer clothes featured, to the plot twists we can only read about in Wattpad […]

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  • Series I have binge watched this semester

    Hiya! I am back and ready to inspire your binge-watching with my very own list of series I have procrastinated with this semester. I recently gained access to my very own Disney+ account (thank you O2 <3) and so I really took full advantage of it. From Disney+ shows I have watched: Black-is – 10/10 […]

  • Making the most of your summer holidays

    Summer is approaching and I am getting exciting day by day. I have a countdown in my head for when I can catch my flight and see my family again! As a medical student, our summer holidays keep on getting shorter and shorter as we reach a more senior stage. In 1st year we usually […]

  • Best revision resources for medical student

    Over the years in medical school, I have come across various online revision tools to help with my exams. Most of our foundation knowledge stems from our university tutorials and lectures. However, I have come across various online platforms that helped me consolidate my knowledge and gave me better clarity about certain subjects. Here, I […]

  • Eating out in Dundee – Heather Street Food

    Dundee is becoming warmer day by day and is promising us with sunny days. I have been enjoying going out to Magdalen Garden and having extra-long walks around river Tay to get to Heather Street Food.  The infamous food truck located around the V&A had launched itself last summer where they received incredible feedback for […]

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  • Schengen visa

    Living abroad has its perks of travelling around especially in different parts of Europe. Being an international student could mean that you might need a visa to get into some of the European countries. You might have come across ‘Schengen visa’ that basically allows access to about 26 countries that comprise within the Schengen-area. I […]

  • Movies at the DCA – a review

    When it comes to watching movies, me and my friends always choose the DCA. After a bit of researched I found out that it is the cheapest choice for students, with tickets costing £5.5, with the next cheapest movie theatre having tickets for at least £8 plus a bus ride since all other movie theatres […]

  • Moving out the guide: part 2

    I am sure everyone, including me, is currently stressing over exams, easter holidays and potentially, moving out. That’s why I decided to make this short and easy guide on how to move out, hassle-free. Here’s what you will need: Boxes and/or bags for packing Tape, lots and lots of it Permanent marker(s) Padlock, if your […]

  • Rating the jobs I’ve had this year!

    If you’re considering any of the jobs I will be mentioning, please don’t let my opinion/experience stop you from applying! Everyone has a different experience and just because mine were awful I’m sure that doesn’t mean that you will have a similar experience (hopefully). Professional cleaner Nope. Nope. Nope. Never again. You might wonder why […]