What to do about Fresher’s Flu

Tweet By Harriet Dunlop Many students this year will be the victims of Fresher’s flu, but what actually brings on this tremendous illness that feels like it lasts a lifetime? And how does one combat the flu, to ensure it never returns? From interviewing students and previous fresher’s flu survivors, they can agree that this is a flu that does not shift quickly. “Although mine only lasted a week, it did feel like it was never going to go,” says student Rath Ganesh. “I had the flu for almost three…

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Black Friday: Predictions and Must Haves

Tweet By Harriet Dunlop Black Friday 2018 is fast approaching, so what are the essentials and must have items to buy over this Black Friday period? Almost all retail stores will be having enormous sales, in store and online, which can make it an overwhelming time for any shopaholics. Here is a compiled list showing you our predictions on what winter fashions will be a hit this sale season. In terms of popularity, the top three items most likely to go out of stock the quickest this year are; designer…

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Ten Ways To Make Your Skin Better

Tweet By Rath Ganeshalingam If you feel your skin is going through a rough patch right now and needs some extra help, follow these 10 tips and get healthy and glowing skin. Tip 1: Lemon, honey, turmeric face mask This face mask will help give you radiant and glowing skin, as well as reducing dark spots, toning the skin and reducing pores. Tip 2: Toothpaste on spots Toothpaste can dry up your spots and can reduce redness and size, making them less noticeable. Applying a bit on your spot and…

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National Kindness Day – have you considered a random act of kindness?

A single good deed can make someone’s day one thousand times better, so why not be that person and put a smile on someone’s face this week? As we approach National Kindness Day on November 13, here at Overtime we’re looking back on good deeds we’ve all done and good deeds that you can do every day.

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