5 student wellbeing tips for 2024
By Rebecca Maher on January 12th, 2024
January doesn’t need to leave us feeling blue. Follow our guide to feel good during 2024 with our top 5 student wellbeing tips.
Your health is your wealth, and it is important to look after yourself. Take small steps doing things that you are comfortable with. You don’t have to say yes to every social event. Have a chat with flatmates rather than locking yourself away in your room.
Rather than setting New Year’s resolutions, a good idea is to start off with small goals. This way you can achieve big wins by taking small steps. Here are a few ideas to get started.
Stay motivated by having a regular routine, balancing your health and studies.
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Schedule some free time to do things you enjoy. Even if that is listening to a new podcast, enjoying a hot drink or even things such as:
New hobbies- new year! If there is something you have been dying to give a go like crafting, now is the time!
Veganuary– if you are on a health kick and want to try something new, Veganuary has a number of health benefits, read more here.
Here are some of our favourite resources to help your wellbeing this year.
Happify-an app filled with games to help overcome CBT, negative thoughts and stress
Student Minds- provides a range of resources to help with your wellbeing during university
Headspace-the ideal app for mindfulness and meditating
Calm-another great app to help with sleep and meditation