Regardless if you prefer to do cardio, strength training, balance or yoga – the important thing is that you’re consistent enough with your training so that you can reap the health benefits. Here’s a list of 8 positive effects of exercise: You become happier and have more energy for your everyday life. Your cognitive ability increases, making it easier for you to process new information, make better decisions and develop your logical thinking. Studies show
1. Use unused space The bed is often the number one piece of furniture to take up space in your room. You really can’t live without it, so you might as well make the best of it! It is possible to make use of the space under the bed. With higher bed legs, lots of storage boxes will fit under the bed. Here you can store e.g. clothes, bedclothes or towels. Another smart, but more
Most students know how stressful and demanding it can be to study for an exam. We often find ourselves spending hour after hour in front of the computer studying and memorizing our notes. And sometimes it feels like the hours pass by and nothing gets done. At this point it is more than time to take a break from our studies. By taking a break you will provide your brain with new energy which will lead to more efficiency and creativity.
Clubs and societies can help you keep up with your course workload, engage in relevant networking for your dream job, or learn new skills. But more importantly, it can become a space where you can express yourself and find a circle of like-minded people that might end up becoming your closest friends (not to forget about the parties they host). It’s a great idea to hold a few memberships, as you might benefit from each
Today, with so many resources and networking opportunities available, the interest in the startups is at an all time high. Some of the most famous companies have been started by university students – Microsoft, Facebook, Google, Reddit. While thinking about running your own startup is an exciting idea, we need to remember that it is not that simple – so we are here to remind you what to think about when starting a startup!
The thought of attending a competition is a bit of a roller coaster. In one second, the brain can be like, “Should I? Do I have the time? What if I’m not good enough?” and in the next second, it could be all, “This seems easy! I’m going to win! Give me the prize already!” The brain is complex and can be annoying sometimes, but trying your wings in a competition is definitely worth it.
Be kind to yourself You are a student, and you want to do IT ALL!, right? Excellent. However, you also need your sleep to function. Students tend to become night owls, and adapt the same sleeping scheme as a kid that just hit puberty: going to bed late and getting out of bed late. To get your sleep to function, first of all, you need to have more empathy for yourself. Accept that your brain
Believe it or not, but it is possible to stay in shape as a student – even during a pandemic! The winning recipe is to not complicate things, even if you have a small space, zero equipment, and very little time. A very remarkable thing is bodyweight workouts! If you have a couple of minutes to spare, move around some stuff in your apartment to start your workout and enjoy the below exercises! If you
1. Pick your place The first thing you need to do is to pick a place. Maybe by a window so you can get some rays of sunshine on your face, or in a corner where no sunshine can find you because it bothers you like crazy when the sun reflects on your screen. The choice is yours, but it definitely makes a difference. 2. Control your space The second step is to take
One unexpected but inspiring example from history is William Shakespeare, who actually wrote King Lear during a quarantine (but hey, no pressure). And new study shows that working and studying from home in your pyjamas does not lower your productivity. However, it could be linked to poorer mental health. The study was made by the Woolcock Institute of Medical Research, together with the University of Technology Sydney, and the University of Sydney. The study found
So, you live in India and you are prepping up for your class 10 board exams. Do well, and you might then be able to choose your favourite stream for further studies. The subjects you study in class 12 greatly affects your career in the future. And in order to choose your favourite stream, you will have to perform at your best in class 10 board exams. For example, if you are keen to take
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Since 2009, Stockholm based Student Competitions have worked to build the world’s largest platform for global student competitions. We gather competitions within all fields of studies from design and art to architecture, economy, physics and international business and more.