The life of today’s students can feel quite chaotic and even a bit overwhelming at times. Having to balance studies with a personal life and the need to pay attention to healthy eating, staying fit, and productivity can put a little too much pressure on a person. No wonder students often struggle with maintaining a proper healthy lifestyle and end up facing burnout, illnesses, and other health conditions.
To help you find a healthy balance, IvyPanda put together an infographic that contains simple tips that can help you turn a healthy lifestyle into your reality. The tips are divided into five categories: eating habits and nutrition, staying fit, study/life balance, mental health advice, and building proper sleeping habits.
Check it all out below and stay healthy!
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Our time, energy, and focus are all finite resources that we choose to spend according to our priorities on any given day. But if we take a long-term approach to that spending, we can maximize our benefits and invest those resources in ourselves and our futures.
Here are 22 research-backed ways that you can invest now in your future wellbeing.
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We’re all guilty of hoarding a mixture of clutter over time that we just don’t sort out or throw away and actually don’t realise how much space in your home it takes up! Whether its books, papers, children’s toys and more it all builds up and not doubt at some point you’re going to have to clean it up. If cleaning is not your forté though and you’re in need of a little motivation to spur you on, check this infographic to help you to get started and beat your clutter in a month.
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Based on the article written by Linda Geddes on The Guardian
«New year’s resolutions have a long history. The Babylonians pledged to return borrowed objects and repay their debts at the start of each year, while the Romans kicked off January by making a vow to the god Janus (from whom the month takes its name). That’s centuries of potential for broken promises.
Psychologists recently proposed that, for behaviour change to occur, people must have the capability, opportunity and motivation to make it happen. Often people aren’t making resolutions for the right reasons, says Gardner: “They think that because it’s new year, they’re obliged to say they’ll change their behaviour. But once they face the reality of what they’re doing, they give up because they aren’t motivated enough in the first place.”»
Originally Written by Henrik Erdberg on Positivity Blog
I am the kind of person that prefers hot days rather than cold ones. I was born in México City, country closer to the the Equator and right in the middle of the country where temperatures are not as drastic as in the north so is really hard for me to bare the cold european winter. I found the Positivity blog a year ago and has helped me in many ways and this week a read the newest post and thought it would be a good idea to share Henrik’s tips for you if you don’t know him or his page:
In a dark, cold, rainy (sometimes) snowy winter, it is not easy to keep the energy and optimism up like in the bright and warm summer days. And spring is still far away.
Here are 5 simple habits that make it a lot easier to stay positive and keep the energy up even throughout this dark and often grey season.
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