I have recently started drinking my daily recommended intake of water (for my body and my exercise levels it is about 2.4L of water a day but it is different for everyone) and I never noticed how much it has affected me (positively). A few things I have noticed are:
Now that it is back to school time, we are going to get assignments, tests and exams thrown at us from every direction. This then leads us to study. Unless you know how to study properly, studying can be the absolute worst and sometimes might not be very helpful. It is also very hard to … Continue reading Study tips…
The holidays can get very boring, especially if your parents are working and you’re restricted to your house. Rather than sitting around watching YouTube and scrolling through Instagram, here is a list of things I do when I’ve got nothing to do:
This is something I haven’t yet talked about on my blog but have been meaning to for a while. Food wastage is costing families thousands of dollars a year and is costing the world’s economy nearly $1 trillion every year. While we may not be able to do a whole lot for the food wastage of other people, we can for ourselves. If enough people are actively trying to prevent food wastage, it can make big impacts on society.
We all know that sugar isn’t good for us, but not many people are aware of the damages of sugar to our mood and mental health. People generally crave sugar when they’re tired, stressed and/or upset, but sugar might be the very cause of feeling that way in the first place.
Around a year and a half ago I used to be a late nice kinda gal, I would stay up late and text friends until I couldn’t keep my eyes open any longer. It really affected my performance in school as I could barely