Reading Time: 2 minutes This time of year can be an exciting one with all the holidays, but it can also be a time of dread with finals. Here are a few suggestions on how to emotionally stay afloat. It is no big secret that college is hard. Between school, work, and sometimes family obligations, this time is intense […]
Reading Time: 2 minutes Study productivity can be a game changer when it comes to a student’s academic success. As students, the challenge of managing studies efficiently often becomes a pivotal aspect of success. Balancing coursework, assignments, and the demands of a busy student life requires more than just hard work; it requires smart strategies that enhance productivity. In […]
Reading Time: 2 minutes Stressed students may be interested to learn that massage therapy is a legitimate wellness strategy for managing worries and improving wellness during life’s busiest moments. According to Ivy Conrad, a licensed massage therapist and author for Mayo Clinic, massage therapy, “a general term for pressing, rubbing and manipulating your skin, muscles, tendons and ligaments” is […]
Reading Time: 2 minutes Here are some tips to make sure that you stay healthy with flu season being just around the corner.
Reading Time: 2 minutes Positive and healthy communication can be essential to keeping the holiday spirit joyful instead of stressful or exhausting.
Reading Time: 2 minutes When someone’s having a mental health crisis, what can you do to help them?
Reading Time: 2 minutes “If you are like me, you need to reject perfectionism because it is the enemy of progress,” shared Mary Pimental, a full-time MBA student at UVU. By rejecting perfectionism and reframing thinking, students can minimize the negative health impacts of failure and enhance their college careers.
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Reading Time: < 1 minute Searching for fun activities on campus? Look no further than the bowling alley in the Student Life and Wellness Center! Jonah Simon interviews Cameron Peterson about the amazing resources provided there.
Reading Time: 2 minutes The go-getter If you’re someone who enjoys the structure and intensity of high-performance activities such as CrossFit or interval training, you may fit into the go-getter category. Research by Ryan E. Rhodes suggests that goal-oriented individuals often prefer these types of structured exercises, where progress can be easily measured. The social butterfly Some people are […]