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New Year, New You: Bridget Jones and the Rise of the ‘Frazzled English Woman’ 

For me, there’s nothing to kick the year off like a rewatch of Bridget Jones’s Diary, a comfort classic and guilty pleasure that perfectly encapsulates the resurgence of the ‘Frazzled…

Books to ease you into the New Year

The year is new, and so is your reading list. If you need a riveting read to ease you back into your literary groove, look no further! Here are three…

How to Make and Break Habits for the New Year

The start of a new semester is the perfect time to reflect on our habits, good and bad, and make some changes for the better. But making real changes to…

Before The Year Ends

There’s something comforting about traditions. The notion that they may arrive year after year contains a feeling of safety and belonging. And it is, perhaps, exactly their scarce frequency that…

How we’re going to get our sh*t back together this year

This year’s excitement and anticipation for the return to university has been replaced by a fear of being completely unprepared for what is in store for us this semester due…

The New Year Slump – don’t let it getchya

The post-Christmas/New Year lull can feel disheartening. The now wilted crown from your Christmas cracker has seen better days and no amount of cranberry sauce can recreate the taste of…

Why having no New Year’s Resolutions should be your resolution

The 1st of January does not only bring a change of year, but the expectation that we must change ourselves. The idea of New Year’s resolutions dates back to Roman…

Shanah Tovah Umetukah: Happy Jewish New Year!

Rosh Hashanah is a two-day observance celebrating the first and second days of the Jewish New Year. Monday 30 September 2019 signifies the first day of the year 5780 on…