Unsupportive Living Environments Hooray! You made the choice to go to college. You may have made this decision for a variety of reasons including, self-improvement, self-exploration, the search for knowledge, the hopes for a better future, or maybe you just decided this was the next chapter. Click here to read more.
Just because you are spending more time at home does not mean that you have to be lonely. Social distancing does not mean that you have to emotionally distance yourself from others. Spend time video chatting with others, talking on the phone, and texting. Hearing someone’s voice or seeing a familiar face can do wonders for mental health and social connection. Think of this time as a unique opportunity to connect with others in a new way. Try playing games online with friends, joining virtual support groups, or even socially distanced meetings outside. Grab a lawn chair and a mask and spend time soaking up the rays of sunshine with a friend. Don’t be afraid to get creative! You may be physically distanced, but you can be more emotionally connected than ever. Click Here to Read More.
Healthy Habits While Learning Remotely
Step Away & Stretch
You're going to be online more than you're used to... maybe. You may have already noticed some muscle strain caused from sitting at a computer for extended periods of time. To learn about the science of taking a break along with stretches you can do from your desk click here.
Gut feelings: How food affects your mood
A study by Harvard University suggests foods to eat for a healthier gut and improved mood. Click Here to Read