You’ve just received the news that you must self-isolate at home for the next ten days. It can be tough: amid health worries, work or studies may carry on remotely, or you could have free time on our hands, the notion you should fill it, and then growing loneliness. Here are the top tips we have identified to help tide you over until you are allowed to leave your house again:
November 2020 – January 2021
Moving into week 2 of our exploration of YouTube Videos. Take a look through our top picks to help with various stress related feelings and events. This week we look at Cooking, Sustainability & Nature, Science & Experiments, Media and International. Maybe your find something new to try out or a way to expand upon current interests. Most importantly make time for yourself, sit back and relax.
By library champion – Amber Grant
As if university life wasn’t stressful enough, we also have an entire pandemic to worry about, rules and regulations to remember, lockdowns, etc. So it’s important now more than ever to remember to take some time every now and then to just relax. Being able to relax is excellent for both our physical and our mental health, as it reduces stress, improves mood, lowers blood pressure and whole bunch of other stuff that is really beneficial for our general wellbeing. Relaxing also has benefits for studying as it can boost memory, confidence and concentration. Taking breaks to relax during studying is a MUST.
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In this blog post we are going to give you some top tips to prepare for take-home exams.
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