One of the highlights of rocking up to uni during freshers' week is finding out where you'll be living. But in can be pretty underwhelming setting your bags down in a tiny room with a threadbare carpet, and old blu-tac all over the walls.
Detoxing has many health benefits: it can enhance your energy levels, clear the skin and improve digestion. A seven-day detox can help get things back on track if you're feeling a bit under the weather. Follow these rules for a general week-long detox, from nutritionist and co-founder of MyDetoxDiet, Ilona Wesle: 1.
You've heard of life hacks, right? Little tricks, tips and shortcuts which help to solve every day problems. From stopping your pesky housemates stealing your food, to not spending all of your precious pennies - we've rounded up the nine you need to know to make uni just that little bit easier. 1.
Whether your a newbie or a seasoned student returning to Uni this September, the same rules apply when it comes to what is and is not acceptable to wear to lectures. And since pretty much anything goes when it comes to lecture attire, it is SUPER obvious when victims of these fashion faux-pas waltz in to a packed lecture theatre ten minutes late..
This is how quickly the tablet market has grown. Nearly half of all computers sold in 2014 will be tablets, and there's never been a wider variety of options. You'll find everything from sub-£150, 7-inch slates to powerful 12-inch tablets that can run four apps on the screen at once.
University is without a doubt, an unprecedented opportunity for a little self-reinvention. After years of judgement based on intelligence, sporting prowess or your ability to make people laugh, the advent of Freshers' Week is a great chance to let your personality shine through- in whatever manner you choose.