Emotional Band-Aid

“In our lives, change is unavoidable, loss is unavoidable. In the adaptability and ease with which we experience change, lies our happiness and freedom.”  - BuddhaRead more
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Respecting your Self Limits and Mental Health

Sometimes, we forget what we really need, and we sacrifice ourselves on the altar of ephemeral entertainment in order to be socially acceptable or to find an escape from what troubles us. Read more
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Erasmus, Health

How Do Outdoor Exercises Help You Sleep Better?

Most people who suffer from short-term insomnia are either depressed, stressed, or both. Stress levels escalate at night because, for most people, you are alone with no one to talk to or anything meaningful to distract you from stressful life occurrences.Read more
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Feel-Good Reads

Staying indoors is simple, staying entertained is another issue. Give your Netflix account a breather and check out these awesome books!Read more
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Culture, Health

How to maintain your well-being as a student in quarantine

During a pandemic everything is different and taking care of our well-being is extremely important. Here are a few tips that will help you take care yourself while COVID-19 is affecting our lives.Read more
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How to Make Your Home Corona-Proof

Coronavirus is here, but there is no need to panic. You can still prepare your home and do everything in your power so that the virus does not get in or spread around.Read more
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From One Erasmus Student to Another: Dealing with a Pandemic.

Erasmus is supposed to be this beautiful, carefree time in your life, that you look back on as if it were a dream. Seems like, for the past few months, life had other plans.Read more
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Erasmus, Health

Maintaining a Sustainable and Healthy Lifestyle On the Road

Eating and drinking healthy can reduce the risk of disease and give you more energy. But when we think about travelling, we usually don’t associate it with healthy food. What if we tell you there are simple tips you can follow to make this a reality?Read more
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Erasmus, Health, Environment

5 Sources of Stress That Occur During Your Exchange and How to Cope With Them

Going on an exchange is not all sugar, spice and everything nice. It can actually be a stressful time. Below are the main sources of stress and anxiety which could occur during your exchange and some advice on how to cope with them.Read more
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Erasmus, Health

5 Amazing Outdoor Activities To Try With Friends

Some of us are lucky enough to live in an area with a warm climate and are able to enjoy outdoor activities all year long. Although winter is here and we may have to stay inside for the cold months, there are many activities to look forward to.Read more
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Friendly reminder for brighter days: when the world sucks, listen to some music. When you’re tired of replaying the same old music, don’t miss out on the chance to explore and discover new releases!
Happy Pride Month! This Pride has been clouded by many disasters that our society is facing, so I'd like to use this moment to try to educate people on Pride and the community’s history, though it’s impossible to map out the whole history in one article.
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This isn’t your usual love story - it includes a rollercoaster of emotions during an exchange. Two girls who dared to dream are the perfect example of the Erasmus generation: whenever we travel we feel more European, but home is where the heart is. 
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Here’s to falling in love with yourself, falling in love with the view and falling in love with others. Here’s to you, here’s to the friends you never expected and here’s to the love you found. Here’s to love!
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We have made it a tradition to celebrate Erasmus couples, but I feel like it’s about time heartbreak came into the spotlight. 
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Sometimes, we forget what we really need, and we sacrifice ourselves on the altar of ephemeral entertainment in order to be socially acceptable or to find an escape from what troubles us. 

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