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Stuck at home with no job, rent payments mounting up and online deliveries burning a hole in your pocket, you’re probably counting the pennies right now.
A person on FaceTime on a phone.
While online dating is nothing new, having first dates through a screen is a little out there. It’s novel, sure, but there usually comes a point where you meet IRL.
Taking Time to be Grateful with Fika
With the world locked down, finances stretched and festivals and holidays on hold for the foreseeable future, it’s hard to focus on the good stuff. What really matters. And what we have to be thankful for.
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Fika is the student skills app, helping you build mental fitness and improve your emotional wellbeing. Check out these 5-minute brain workouts, drawn on scientific evidence to help you through self-isolation.
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The world is gripped by a pandemic – it’s nightmare-worthy stuff. Listening to the news, you’d be forgiven for thinking you’ve woken up in a dystopian future.
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Used by students across the UK, Fika is an emotional fitness app, who help you improve your wellbeing and resilience with 5-minute emotional workouts that draw on scientific evidence.
Eating healthy on a uni budget
Getting the essential nutrients in can be tough when you're living the student life. Improve your vitamin intake with these delicious, healthy, easy-to-prep recipes.
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