Student Living

  • The Hermitage

    One of my new year resolutions for 2021 was to explore Scotland more and that involved going on mini hike adventures. Last week, my friends and I took a trip to the ‘Hermitage’. Its located in Dunkeld about 45- 60 minutes car drive from Dundee city centre. What is there to see ? The walk […]

  • Black Friday tips

    Black Friday is only days away and I am here to share some tips to make the most out of it as a student! Make a list of things you want to buy. I usually tend to have a Pinterest board or saves from my Instagram of all the things I have wanted to buy […]

  • 5 Best Places to Eat/Drink in Dundee, According to a Law Student and her Friends

    Want to expand your food horizons? Want to visit a cute coffee shop or order-in some amazing food? I have the answer to your prayers! Here are the top 5 places to eat/drink in Dundee, according to yours truly and her friends. Victoria Sponge, Broughty Ferry If you’re wondering how good the cakes here are, […]

  • Should I watch this? Review of 10 Netflix hit movies

    Red Notice – 10/10 Should I watch this? Absolutely!!! I cannot stress enough how good this gem is. Such plot twists and great storyline, even has a guest star you would never expect to see.  2. Love Hard – 5/10 Should I watch this? Only if you really enjoy extremely predictable, cheesy, Christmas rom-com movies. […]

  • Being more environmental sustainable

    As a medical student, we explore various subject areas and my one of my interests is public health. I am currently working on my healthcare sustainability project and have come across various articles on raising awareness about climate change and encouraging people to adapt to an eco-friendly lifestyle. This has been a hot topic lately […]

  • Top choices for gyms in Dundee

    Winter is coming and our bed seems like the best comfort zone in the world. I found that during the cold season it’s a struggle to get out of bed and follow a gym routine. I soon realised that Fresher’s 15 was a reoccurring thing that happened during those months and decided I wanted consistency […]

  • Beginner’s guide to finding the right gym

    Before you commit yourself to a gym contract, you should always weigh the pros and cons of different gyms and see which the right fit for you. Remember, that you are investigating your time, money and energy into a gym! Here are my top tips to lookout for in a gym – Location – During […]

  • Reflection: Civil Engineering through the years and my favourite parts!

    As my time at University comes to an end, I have been reflecting back on the long but short 5 years. I came to University hopeful, excited and a little nervous. Like the majority of students, my biggest fear was that I wouldn’t make friends. That quickly changed of course once I realized all the […]

  • Indian yellow lentil dal

    Comfort food at it’s finest and yet filled with protein to make you feel good about it. The yellow split lentil packet at Lidl costing only about 70p, you can make an amazing healthy budget friendly dish. It can be soup or even curry with rice. All you need are 4 ingredients – yellow lentils, […]

  • Mental Wellbeing in a Post Lockdown World

    Many lockdowns later, we are starting to re-emerge from our slumber. Most of us will not be the same: and this can be a good thing. We now recognise the need more than ever, to take care of our mental health. For many, it did not take a global pandemic to trigger mental health problems […]