Finally we’ve got to the last day of the 2016 Breadline Challenge – thank goodness.
I felt like I’d planned a lot better than last year, and was able to draw on some of those lessons. 923 more words
Hitting that mid week-slump
Okay, so it’s technically Friday but I really felt like I hit that famous mid-week slump today. When I woke up this morning I had absolutely no energy whatsoever, and spent an hour procrastinating about getting up to make a cuppa. 914 more words
This one goes out to all students out there who are facing the prospect of cooking for yourself for the first time.
You arrive at Uni with a random assortment of pans and cutlery supplied by IKEA or your nan.So far you have avoided the kitchen. 423 more words
Doing the Breadline Challenge as a student
Written by Amelia, our Student Liaison Coordinator
Going from a catered student diet supplemented with cereal bars, pasta and at least four cups of coffee a day to a £2.50 daily budget and an entirely self-catered menu was always bound to be a challenge, and so far the week has been a real eye-opener. 768 more words
Yesterday was a bit of a busy one, with catering for an event at Food Matters Live (ferrying brownies across London on the DLR) so we didn’t have time to write our usual daily Breadline Challenge blog (days 3 & 4 will be covered in this evening’s post). 2,985 more words