Hope you all have a scary night!
What are you dressing up as? Feel free to share in the comments!
10 Tips to Reduce Stress
Blow off some steam! Work all that tension out by going for a walk or going to the gym.
Controlling your breathing is a great way to bring your heart rate down, re-oxygenate your body and stay alert but calm.
Put on your favourite song by your favourite artist. Music has a funny way of brightening people’s days.
Doctors recommend at least one good belly laugh a day. Laughing is a great way of releasing endorphins (your body’s natural happy medicine). Muahahahahaha!
Particular scents are great at calming us down. Try some lavender or camomile to ease the jitters and relax the brain!
Sorry but Mom was right! Science has proven that if your room is messy, it spills into other aspects of your life. A clean room and workspace actually leads to better, more rejuvenating sleeps (probably because you will no longer have clothes, knick-knacks and garbage all over your sheets).
Have a hobby? Paint a picture, write a poem, build an airplane! Whatever it is you love doing- DO IT!
Peeling an orange not only releases a satisfying scent, but the act of peeling apparently relaxes blood vessels and lowers blood vessels- According to Dr. Nieca Goldberg rom Joan H. Tisch Women’s Health Centre in New York. Science is weird!
Streeeeeeetch! Stretching is a great way to get blood flowing back to the extremities. Blood flow is key to reducing stress!
Chewing gum is usually suggested for exams. If you chew the same flavour of gum during studying and then during writing that exam, you have an easier time recalling information. So get chewing!
Want to learn a bit more about what peer mentors do and how maybe even you can become one? Our peer mentors at HMC are holding an event on Thursday where you can find out all this information and more!
Hey Davis Students !! Watch out for a fabulous event the First Year Connections Peer Mentors from the Student Advisement are putting together for you.
Come out for an awesome opportunity to meet with your Peer Mentor, get free goodies and win exciting prizes.
Date: Tuesday, October 8th, 2013
Time: Drop by anytime between 12:00pm through 2:00pm
Location: Room B231 – This room is located inside the Student Services Centre, Room B230 (Davis Campus)
Your Peers are excited to see you there…
You Got Questions? Get Answers
Work Is Very Fun
Trafalgar students, break out your thinking cap and email your Peer Mentor your own Sheridan inspired Haiku!
Winners will have their haiku featured, right here on the blog!
Traditional Japanese Haiku is in the 5-7-5 syllable format