Build in time throughout the day for self-reflection and mindfulness. Increase your ability to bounce back when things are hard with your life and your study.
Reflect on whakataukī and their meanings from Inspiring Communities.
Whāia te mātauranga hei oranga mō koutou. Seek after learning for the sake of your wellbeing.
This whakatauki refers to the importance of learning for it is key to your wellbeing. If you follow the path of learning, the world will be your oyster.
Read this free guide from Psychology Tools to help you manage your worries in a rapidly change world.
Read about 7 ways to practice emotional first aid to reboot your emotional health.
Watch Guy Winch talk about why we all need to practice emotional first aid and emotional hygiene to take care of our emotions, minds and bodies with the same diligence we take care of our bodies.
Test out Calm Keeper, an app to help cope with and gain relief from panic attacks.
Try out #SelfCare, an AI companion app focussing on care and connection.
Listen to Dr Emma Woodward talk about calming the anxious brain and practising strategies for times of difficulty.
Listen to a 10-minute guided meditation It’s Ok To Feel This Way.
Try out this wellbeing plan using Te Whare Tapa Wha principles focussing on activities and experiences that uplift your wellbeing.
Check out The Journal, a series of online lessons to help you stay positive, create changes to improve mental health and problem solving skills.