Live well covers creating habits, setting routines, study/life balance, competing priorities, and problem solving.
- Watch Judson Brewer talk about habit development and tactics to prevent and break bad habits through mindfulness.
- Listen to Dr Gretchen Rubin talk about happiness and good habits.
- Read about setting and keeping good habits from Dr Michael Mantell.
- Listen to BJ Fogg talk about the effectiveness of starting tiny acts that eventually become habits and help in times of crisis.
- Try out Streaks, an app to help you form good habits.
- Try out this worksheet from Health Navigator to help you develop healthy habits.
- Listen to Dr Katy Milkman discuss eliminating bad habits and establishing new habits by incorporating fun.
- Read about the power of routines in your daily life by Mariana Plata.
- Read this short article on the benefits of, and how to implement a good morning routine.
- Watch a short video about how to set and achieve goals with Matt Cutt.
- Read about eight steps to create and implement new routines.
- Learn how setting routines can help your wellbeing during stressful times.
- Read about eight tips to balance your university life from Times Higher Education.
- Listen to a podcast from ‘10% Happier’ about how to get work done at home.
- Try out Blackbullion, an online tool from Student Finance to helpyou get money smart about your university finances, savings and financial future.
- Angela Duckworth talks about how you can transfer grit, the power of passion, and perseverance to your studies.
- Learn how to find balance even when life is stressful and busy.
- Read about how to practice balance in a high-speed world from psychotherapist F Diane Barth.
- Check out what matters most from ‘Just a Thought’ to help you identify ways to stay connected with the important parts of your life.
- Try out myHomework student planner which helps you to track and plan upcoming assignments, exams, and projects.
- Watch a short video on how to use the Eisenhower Matrix to sort priorities.
- Spending too much time on your phone? Learn how to develop a healthy relationship with technology.
- Aunty Dee, a free online tool to help work through any problems.
- Try out SimpleMind+ an app to organise your thoughts and ideas with mind maps.
- Read about 'way-power’ the art of identifying obstacles and planning for alternatives using your strengths by Dr Lucy Hone.
- Try out Health Navigator’s worksheet to help you solve a problem.
- Try out the WOOP app to figure out what is getting in the way of your goals and how to get around these roadblocks.
- Learn about finding solutions for your problems and try out an interactive worksheet online at Here To Help.
All of the content in our online resources aligns with the messages in our weekly wellbeing workshops.
Sometimes, you will need support and guidance from health professionals to help you through tough times. Reach out and seek support when you need to.
There are free health and wellbeing services on campus and outside of the University that provide support and information to students.