As we enter exam weeks, consider holiday preparations, and plan for the summer and/or life after graduation, it is easy to feel constantly overwhelmed. I often find myself creating lengthy to-do lists and thinking “so much to do, so little time.” Rushing around to get things done and hurrying to check tasks off the list can become habits that eventually lead to feeling burned out, frustrated, and dull. I’ve found that slowing down a bit allows me to live more purposefully and
Happy Thanksgiving Honors students!! With Thanksgiving Break (and much overeating) upon us, we wanted to take a minute to talk about physical wellness. Physical wellness may be one of the toughest dimensions of wellness to maintain, especially as a college student. We are surrounded by all-you-can-eat dining halls, fun distractions, and have an extremely flexible schedule that can all contribute to less than satisfactory self-control when it comes to staying in good health. H
Hey everyone! Welcome back to the Wellness Wednesday Blog! Today’s focus is Intellectual Wellness, so here are a few tips on how you can stay informed about current events without taking too much time out of your day. As college students, we often find ourselves stuck in the mindset that education is just about going to class and memorizing PowerPoints. Yet, I know that I constantly find myself in the middle of conversations with friends saying something to the effect of “oh!
Tis the season friends! Yes, with the passage of an eventful Halloween we are making our way into the season everyone loves the most: FLU AND COLD SEASON. The fall semester is ramping up with tests, projects, and labs, so this is the perfect time to make sure you start building the habits that will help you get through the rest of the semester sickness free! 1) Get a flu shot. The flu virus is continually changing, and this is the most effective way to prevent getting it. Stu