Stories I loved this week.
Another week goes by and it’s another week that I’m closer to finishing my second year of my nutrition degree. I had my final practical assessments last week, which were nerve wracking and amazing at the same time and my final year exam is on 9th July. Which means that I had better get cracking on the studying!
That’s one of the benefits of the weather not being so great right now in London. I’m not stuck inside poring over books, while everyone is enjoying the sun. Schadenfreude, I know. Once the exams are done, next up is to book another holiday to have something to look forward to. We’re thinking Corsica or Sardinia for somewhere different. Have you been to either?
How Brexit might affect women in Britain. (Refinery 29 UK)
Speaking of Brexit and BrIN (!), are you registered to vote? (Gov.UK)
Better ways to use your food processor. (Bon Appetit)
The definitive guide to adaptogens – herbs that protect your body from stress and fatigue. (Well + Good)
“Time goes, no matter what you do. I’m covetous of the time I have. I want to make sure I use it more wisely.” A great piece on how we have more time than we think. (New York Times)
Weight loss is a long term process – patience is key. (Greatist)
A great summary of all the things you need to know about poop. (The Science of Us)
A great guide to high heat cooking processes. (goop)