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Wellbeing at your own pace
Being Well, Living Well is a self paced course on MyUni designed to support your wellbeing at uni. It contains evidence based, easy to read resources and activities to work through.
When graduation ceremonies take place, I always look back on my time at university and how it is drawing to an end. This time, I was fortunate enough to be celebrating the graduation of a close friend.
The never-ending wish
This week, I was wondering why I constantly look at the things other people have that I don’t, instead of what I do have that other people might not.
The dreaded dental visit
I am more than a little embarrassed to admit that yesterday was the first time I had been to the dentist in over two years.
There are so many things these days that can steal our focus.
Working from home
I have been working my professional job from home for the past few months and have a few takeaways that I would like to share...
Five-minute happy habits
'Healthy' habits might talk about going to the gym or having a yucky smoothie, but usually a 'healthy' habit for me is something that's fun-for-one or that gives me instant happiness when I need it most.
Do I deserve to be here?
Attending my first Fashion Week made me reflect on the feeling of imposter syndrome.
Student grocery hacks
You would have heard that the cost of living is on the rise, so I went around and asked some of you what your top tips are for cutting down on food costs.
I hear a symphony
A cold Friday night a few weeks ago, Swifties, orchestra goers, and everyone in-between gathered at The Meeting Hall to listen to the Joseph Freer Quartet perform instrumental renditions of Taylor Swift’s greatest hits.