5 tips for staying healthy on the course
Learning basically everything a journalist needs to know in nine weeks is intense.
Here's how I've survived (so far...we still have exam week!)
1. Keep hydrated
We're all over the moon that the water machine has been replaced and we don't have to walk up the stairs anymore. Just like this cutie.
2. Eat (relatively) healthily
Make sure you eat enough protein-rich 'brain food', such as nuts, seeds and oily fish.
But don't beat yourself up if you find yourself adopting a croissant-a-day habit. Carbs are there to be enjoyed, aren't they Piper?
3. Take regular screen breaks
And remember to blink. It sounds stupid but you forget to blink when you stare at a screen for ages, which dries your eyes out.
4. Stretch your legs
You won't have time for proper exercise. Trust me.
5. Remember to breathe
Sounds obvious, but I hold my breath when I concentrate.
''Doing the course gave me the confidence that I needed to enter into the world of journalism and to apply for jobs that, four months earlier, I thought I would never be able to get.''
Jess Sheldon // Showbiz Reporter, Daily Express