Australia's National Day of Agriculture is celebrated on the 21st of November 2022, and is a way for Aussies to recognise and celebrate the importance of our agricultural industry.
Kate Armstrong shares the 10 things she learnt from her first session at university.
I often get asked “How do you do it? How do you find time to study with kids?” Well, I’m never too sure how to answer that question. I’m not a super organised person, rather I just approach it one week at a time, one session at a time.
The first couple of days were overwhelming. I had moved to a new country, had my life packed into just one suitcase, did not know anyone and had to buy everything needed to live day-to-day.
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The Charlie team is a safe environment where everyone is supportive and encouraging. We share ideas or suggest topics for others to write. Everyone who contributes comes from different campuses, studies different courses, and are in different stages...
National Recycling Week is also the chance to take a look at things such as food waste in your household, especially considering each year Australians waste around 7.6 million tonnes of food across supply and consumption.
With summer just around the corner I realised I probably needed to start fresh and get rid of things that are just gathering dust.
The Wagga residence community in conjunction with Sustainability at Charles Sturt are aiming to donate leftover goods amongst residences to two charities to minimise the general wastage at the end of the year going into landfill.
For everyone studying, being able to manage stress levels and fit exercise into your study schedule is so important. I would highly recommend pilates to help with stress and energy levels.