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1. Crazy Ways of Fundraising for Charity
Crazy Ways of Fundraising for Charity
Recently I've started university and made friends with a whole range of people from all over that I'd never have met in my hometown. This is where the whole 'expanding horizons' benefit of university really comes into it's own; the social side is equally as important as the academic. I've met act...
Nonprofits - Wed, 17 Sep 2014 06:20:29
2. Five Top Fives: Bath, UK
Five Top Fives: Bath, UK
Bath is the city in which I grew up so I decided to use it as my first city in a series of lenses with a bit of advice on what to explore from someone who has been there. Bath is beautiful. The famed architecture cuts a striking and stately silhouette on the surrounding hills. The history of the...
Travel & Places - Wed, 17 Sep 2014 06:21:21
3. The Kruger: The Big Five
The Kruger: The Big Five
A trip to Africa to go on safari is the trip of a lifetime. I was lucky enough to do just that this December. The family packed up and set off to Cape Town, South Africa a week or so before Christmas. We had a brilliant time exploring Cape Town, seeing penguins on the beach, road-tripping our way...
Travel & Places - Tue, 16 Sep 2014 18:13:30
4. Student-Life Lensography
Student-Life Lensography
I've written a few lenses now on student life and I intend to keep going! So, I've decided to compile a list of these in this lensography and create a kind of guide to life at university based on my own and my friends experiences. Starting at university for the first time can be tough; you're mo...
Education - Wed, 17 Sep 2014 06:22:33
5. How To Make Your Own Canvas Prints
How To Make Your Own Canvas Prints
In our digital age and the capacity to take pictures on anything from a phone to an iPad, we are taking more and more photographs every day. My laptop is full of photos, but only a fraction of these exist as a physical copy too. In some ways this is great, I get to pick the best photos and not ha...
Arts & Design - Tue, 16 Sep 2014 18:10:47
6. Valentines Day Ideas - From Thrifty to Extortionate
Valentines Day Ideas - From Thrifty to Extortionate
That time of year is upon us again; when the card shops have done out with the Christmas cards and are now bringing in Valentine's Day cards of all shapes and sizes. From the Fifteenth Century, the day of Saint Valentine has been associated with the tradition of couples expressing their love for ...
Holidays & Celebrations - Wed, 17 Sep 2014 06:21:22
7. How To Do A Bungee Jump
How To Do A Bungee Jump
This Christmas I went on a family holiday to South Africa with my parents and younger brother. Whilst there we did a road trip along the Garden Route on the Southern Coast, one of the stops we made was Bloukrans Bridge. This enormous bridge stands 216m above the Bloukrans River, over which it hel...
Sports & Recreation - Wed, 17 Sep 2014 06:23:17
8. Five Amazing Student Recipes
Five Amazing Student Recipes
Going to university for the first time can seem like a very daunting prospect for many reasons. One of which might be cooking for yourself everyday for the first time. The prospect of planning what you're going to eat and when, might not be a very inviting one for someone who is having all sorts ...
Food & Cooking - Wed, 17 Sep 2014 02:14:27
9. A Guide To Your First Day At Uni
My tutor said to me in my first week that starting university was like a new house, a new job and a divorce all in one. While this still makes me smile, I don't believe it has to be anything like that dramatic! Sure it can be a massive step, moving away from home for the first time; for many of y...
How-To & Education - Fri, 25 Jan 2013 22:02:15
10. This is Bangkok
After many months of working and saving I was finally ready to go on the first adventure of my gap-year. My destination was to be, perhaps typically for my generation, the home of the 'Full-Moon Party': Thailand. I was to be travelling with an old friend from school, both of us being girls and ev...
travel-and-places - Wed, 23 Jan 2013 14:09:46

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