Two major advantages of home workouts are their flexibility and convenience; you can do them from anywhere, at any time, without factoring in travelling to the gym. This makes them perfect for our eventual return to Oxford. A gym however has far more on offer and there’s something about being in a space dedicated to exercise that allows for better focus.Read More
Health and Wellbeing
Katie finds herself unexpectedly relocated to Northern Ireland this summer and reflects on the changes this has brought into her life.
Alex Burgar documents her adventures in gardening from tomatoes that turned out to be broccoli to becoming potato specialists, she makes a wonderful case for getting green in quarantine.
Molly Ross writes about the importance of eco-friendly period practices for a sustainable lifestyle. She runs through lots of options on how to do this from reusable tampon applicators to period pants.
The condition we are in now is likely to drag on for many more months to come; instead of thinking “I will do this and that after lockdown”, try thinking “I’m going to find a way to do it now.”
No man is an island, but within a panic attack, it certainly feels like you are one.
Jessica Searle shares her favourite running routes in Oxford, organised by running ability.
It’s the July-2020-you writing from the future. Don’t gasp. I just want to make sure you’re not acting like an idiot like I was.
Oxford is synonymous with bikes almost as much as books. In fact, you’re probably more likely to get hit by a bike than a car while trying to cross the road. But cycling in Oxford, while it might take a while, really does make your life a whole lot easier.
You were never a runner before. In fact, you laughed at friends who got out of bed more than 15 minutes before a morning tutorial to fit in a quick run, and even more shockingly,…