Cute stationery and freshers fairs aside, there’s got to be so many parts of uni life that can overwhelm you, especially if anxiety, chronic depression or OCD may have decided to jump into your suitcases for the move-in trip to your dorm. If this sounds like you (I won’t tell, promise), let’s talk about 4 potential risks you’ll want to avoid (and how) while maintaining your wellbeing at uni.
I hope this ‘goodie bag’ loaded with inspirational online finds has a gem or two that you can relate to or a write-up that puts a smile on your face and a little more hope in your heart.
Starting a business of my own is one of the greatest decisions I’ve made, and thinking about my ‘baby”s future makes me giddy with excitement every day! What about you? Have you started a business of your own recently? Thinking about it?
It can be quite the overwhelming ride the first time around. So how do you go with bravery, buckle in and make the most of every second of it?
Student loans and financial obligations; what twenty-something doesn’t have one of those? Let’s dive into the topic of confronting debt with confidence.
If you’re tired of feeling carried away by exhausting hours-turned-days-turned-weeks, why not give a couple of these a try?
No matter where you go, or what style of traveling you’re into, there is one thing that can definitely ruin any trip: getting sick. So, to make sure you stay healthy during the entire trip, take a look at these tips:
(This post contains collaborative content.) Mental Health Awareness Week may have come to an end but overall awareness shouldn’t. We know what happens when voices go silent, conversations grow cold and commitments go unfulfilled. As someone faced with bouts of depression, social anxiety and still facing PTSD, it’s almost like meeting a person who then …