Many people don’t realise how making small adjustments to their everyday life can make a real difference and help them feel more able to tackle those overwhelming projects. With this in mind, the next talk in the Life Tools programme (the last one this term) is particularly designed to help students make those changes to help them ‘feel good again’.
‘The Feel Good factor’ is on Thursday 19th March at 1.00pm in Carrington building, room 101. At this talk, students will be able to learn how ‘Mindfulness’ can make a difference in daily life, no matter how busy they are. As part of the talk students will also be encouraged to take the ‘Wellbeing M.O.T.’ to see if there are areas they can work on to feel good.
Students were asked what they thought of this talk last year and the following comments come from their feedback:
“It showed me how really improve everyday living as a student”
“It was really great. I came in thinking I was going to listen to just the normal things I hear every day…. but I really did gain a lot from this talk”
Really useful. Loved the ideas about meditation”
This talk is one of The Life Tools series run by Student Wellbeing and is a part of the Step training programme, also counting toward the RED award. There is no need to book a place – it is open to all students and they should just turn up on the day.