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Author Archives: Holly Fournier
It’s hard finding a holiday to fit a tight budget when you’re a student at university paying a ridiculous sum of money every month on rent, bills, food, a social life and textbooks… the list goes on. With myself experiencing this and needing to be careful with my money, I still wanted to go on holiday with my friends once I finished my second year at university to treat myself.
It took a lot of researching online, but two of my friends and I found the perfect holiday to Corfu, Greece which in total cost £450 each!» >Read More »
Bioderma is a high-quality skincare brand I have recently discovered. Their products have worked the best for me over the British summer since it is festival season and the perfect time for summer holidays around Europe! Recently I’ve been able utilise their ‘Sensibio Wipes’, ‘Photoderm Refreshing After-Sun Milk’ and their ‘Hydrabio Eau de Soin’ a lot.
Bioderma’s makeup erasing ‘Sensibio Wipes’ have been a lifesaver recently. After a night out when I simply cannot be bothered to search through my draws for a cotton pad I can grab these wipes and my makeup will be erased in seconds!» >Read More »
The Amazons RUSU concert.Read More »
Lifestyle editor Holly shares her experience of using French skincare products Bioderma.Read More »
The Amazons' new album: Future DustRead More »
Honest Burgers is a lovely restaurant situated in the heart of Reading town centre. Currently, Honest Burgers are incredibly student-friendly as they are offering 30% off food for students, every Monday – Thursday between 11.30-17.30. With this exciting discount, you can get a fantastic burger (there are many to choose from) with a generous portion of rosemary salted chips.
Their beef comes from small farms in the Scottish Highlands. Personally, I am more of a chicken fan, so I decided to order the Jerk Chicken burger which is exclusive to the Reading restaurant.» >Read More »
I Had Completed 45/50 Hours of The Red Award Without Realising: Why You Should Participate in The Red Award
I saw the Red Award advertised several times whilst I was in my first year at university and thought it looked immensely challenging due to the 50 hours you must complete. However, little did I know that since researching into the award I had already completed 45 hours. I did not know that my job at Tesco’s already accounted for 35 hours of the award and I had no idea that being part of a committee in a society accounted for 10 hours of volunteering!» >Read More »