Switching your beauty routine to the animal-friendly collection has never been this easy. The term “vegan” is simply not limited to what we eat and what we wear, but it is also what we apply to our skin. So it’s not surprising that the launch of vegan skincare rose from 13% of all beauty launches in 2014 to 28% in 2018, according to the Vegan … Continue reading 8 best drugstore vegan skincare products
We don’t get enough Vitamin D because of the weather; however, it is a vitamin we need and a vitamin that might be shielding us against COVID-19. How can we introduce more Vitamin D in our diet? By Honey Carlier Vitamin D is also known as the Sunshine Vitamin. Why? Because we get the majority of this valuable vitamin from the sun. You may question … Continue reading The value of Vitamin D
London Met’s Journalism Newsweek this January will focus on Hungry London, and the rise of foodbank use in the capital. Newsweek is a series of events run as part of the University’s journalism course, which sees students produce magazines, online blogs, and television and radio programmes focused on a topical issue over the course of a week. Participants will be invited to hear from and pose questions … Continue reading Hungry London: Why Foodbanks?
Many people start the day by just a plain cup of coffee. However, we all know that breakfast should be rich—ideas about breakfasts, how can we stick to the routine of it. Are there ways to prepare breakfast we need, more quickly? By Honey Carlier Breakfast. An overlooked meal we often skip, in favour of a more exciting lunch or a satisfying evening meal. Is … Continue reading The importance of a good breakfast
With the majority of University classes online, the new semester looks a little bit different for everyone. Whether we’re studying from home or at London Met, this year has bombarded us with unfortunate challenges and circumstances. From technical BB Collaborate issues to not being able to make our first or last year memorable, there are different challenges that everyone must face and overcome. Face them … Continue reading Snack it: Five healthy snacks to keep us boosted in between online classes
If you’re used to Mummy cooking all your meals, you’re not alone. But you’re a big kid now, and it’s time to grow up. Dust off the saucepans and break out the cutting board. You’re about to start cooking, and it’s going to be just fine… 1) Pasta is your friend A bag of pasta goes a long way. Buy toppings such as olives, pesto, cheese … Continue reading Top 5 Tips to Make Cheap, Nutritious Student Meals
University is an exciting time full of new experiences and challenges, but it can also be a time that can lead to feelings of anxiety and pressure. During this uncertain time, students now more than ever may be experiencing undue stress. Reports show that one in four students will experience mental health issues at University – and this is pre-COVID! We all have mental health, … Continue reading Your support, your Student Services!
By Sarah Matthews Elaine Davidson wasn’t content with holding the Guinness World Record for being the woman with the most piercings in 2000, when she was found to have 462 piercings all over her body – including 192 just in her face. No, she went one step further, and in 2001 she broke her own record with 721 piercings. But even that wasn’t good enough … Continue reading Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Piercing