It’s about mid-way through April, and if you’re at university, that means it’s time to revise for exam season. It’s that lovely time of year when the weather is gorgeous but your stuck inside the library hating yourself and your degree. So. For this post I thought I’d stray away from my usual content and post some tips on how to maintain a decent work-life balance whilst studying at university. This is more to give myself a kick up the backside and start properly revising but hopefully it will help you too, student or otherwise!… How to Maintain a Work-Life Balance Whilst at University
Sometimes, there are days when we aren’t feeling our best. Especially when there is other stressors impacting our lives. From work deadlines, to relationship troubles and pre-existing mental health issues, we all need some little ways to make ourselves feel good when life gets us down. So, here are some little ways to make life brighter on a bad mental health day.
Picture this. Its mid-June, the suns out, the first year of university is done and all you’ve seem to have done for the past week is sleep and binge-play the Sims 4! Picturing it? well my friends, you’ve just imagined Yours Truly over here, but this morning I FINALLY got myself out of a week long productivity slump. So, I thought I’d share with you how to do it to.
Meditation is a word that’s always thrown around in the wellness community, but what does it actually involve? Meditation doesn’t have to be sitting in silence and reflecting on your life for half an hour; I mean it can if you want it to but there are other ways of meditating as well!
Emotions are weird. One day you can be feeling on top of the world, the next like utter rubbish. We all have to endure bad days sometimes, and it sucks. However, over my teenage years (where bad days were a plenty) I’ve picked up some tips and tricks to make the bad times a little less bad.
I’m currently writing this post in bed, wrapped in a dressing gown, with the headache that’s been plaguing me all day finally subsiding. How did I get here you ask? Well, I’ll start from the beginning.