6. Take Notice
Being in ‘the moment’ can help to strengthen awareness and reaffirm your priorities.
Make a conscious effort to really take in your surroundings and try some techniques like meditation and mindfulness.
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As a student you are here to learn, but informal learning for your personal interest is likely to feel quite different and very positive.
Read a book for leisure or try learning a new skill!
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Even the smallest act can count, whether it's a smile or a kind word.
Larger acts, like volunteering can improve your mental health and help you build new social networks.
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1. Be active
Keeping active can benefit our mental wellbeing.
You don't have to spend hours in the gym! You can do small things every day, like going for a walk at lunch or taking the stairs instead of the lift.
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