The Food Standards Agency recommends remembering the “four Cs” to prevent food poisoning: Clean, Cook, Chill, and (avoid) Cross-contamination, to ensure you maintain high standards of personal and food hygiene when storing, handling and preparing food.
In open-book exams, students are allowed to bring notes, texts, and/or other resources into the exam room. They test whether you understand the bigger picture of the topic, and how the concepts work together.
When you’re anxious or stressed, your breathing can become quick and shallow, which reduces the amount of oxygen going to your organs. Learning how to breathe deeply can help reduce some of the physiological symptoms of anxiety.
Put aside some time each day to discover which relaxation techniques work for you. They can be active (going for a walk or swim, doing a puzzle, learning yoga, play sports) or passive (having a bath, reading a book, sitting in the park, listening to music, meditating).
You can’t change the past, but you can take your new set of circumstances and challenges and plan a strategy to get back to where you want to be. Any time we practice adapting, we create the possibility of happiness that doesn’t depend on perfect conditions.
When we acknowledge our weaknesses, there’s often an implied sense of judgment, as if we should never make any mistakes. The alternative is to accept that everyone makes mistakes and then focus on what we can do differently going forward.