All posts by Imi Byers


Midweek Munch: The Perfect Pickle Brunch

Midweek Munch: The Perfect Pickle Brunch

Bournemouth is ridden with cute independent cafe’s, bakeries and bistros – you just need to know where to look. Check out The Little Pickle Deli Cafe for an outstanding experience you won’t forget. The Place Nestled cosily on the busy…
The Shakti Secret: Recipe for Relaxation

The Shakti Secret: Recipe for Relaxation

Hear the word Boscombe and you may immediately picture dark alleyways and threatening figures, but little do you know about the hidden gem of Shakti Massage nestled inside the glorious arcade on the high-street. Shakti massage is a relatively new…
Wildlife Photography Competition

Wildlife Photography Competition

Do you love photography? Do you like getting outside and taking those amazing picture with your camera or your phone? The Wildlife Conservation Society are hosting a photography competition. All of our exclusive members have the opportunity to take part…
Five Things You Need to Know About The 2017 Budget

Five Things You Need to Know About The 2017 Budget

With the recent Brexit turmoil and unstable economic environment, the chancellor Phillip Hammond is under immense pressure to deliver effectively. With that in mind, his spending plans for the 2017 budget have been heavily anticipated. But, does the proposed plan…
Clean-eating: Gone For Good?

Clean-eating: Gone For Good?

Unless you’ve been living in a cave for the past year, you will be well aware of the social media inspired fad of ‘clean-eating’. This obsession is more than just losing weight, being fat or skinny. It follows the idea…
Midweek Munch: Festive Feast Student Style

Midweek Munch: Festive Feast Student Style

A glorious roast turkey with all of the seasonal trimmings doesn’t have to only be a dream in your student abode. Check out Nerve’s top tips on how to have a festive feast to remember without parting ways with too…
Black Friday: The Good, The Bad and The Greedy

Black Friday: The Good, The Bad and The Greedy

Black Friday is a relatively new concept, only being introduced properly into the UK in 2010. But already, it’s successfully built up the reputation of being that one day of the year where it is acceptable for shoppers to fight…
Album Review: Jenny Hval’s Blood Bitch

Album Review: Jenny Hval’s Blood Bitch

Jenny Hval’s latest album ‘Blood Bitch’ is not for the fainthearted and doesn’t just focus on the musical elements of her tracks but instead the sensory and visual. The Norwegian artist started releasing her unique creations in 2006 under the…