19-year-old Genetics student, live in the UK, from Austria. Love photography, writing and living a healthy lifestyle
Nowadays, with the easy access to digital cameras and phones, everyone is seemingly a photographer. You constantly see people capturing everything from their food to the 21st century's version of a self portrait and exhibiting it on Instagram, Facebook, and the like. So what, then, distinguishes us (including myself here) from everybody else who makes snapshots?
It is a well-known fact that you can go abroad for a year in university or college and, in fact, a lot of people do do that. What, as I find, not everybody knows, is that you can also go on a year abroad in high school. This used to just work if your school had a sort of partner school somewhere else and someone was willing to swap places with you, which is why these years are often called exchange years. However, nowadays, you can just go on your own or more commonly with the help of one of many companies out there who offer such programmes.
So now that January is (basically) over, we've all had a month to get started on our new year's resolutions and most of us have probably also given up on them by now. But for those of you, who are still trying to eat healthier, here are five tips on how to make that transition easier.