Tag Archives: mental health

When was the last time you were excited for tomorrow?

We’re nearing the end of term. Sometimes I can’t help but feel like the days are dragging on and on. Average day after average day with some not-so-great days interspersed between, the number of not-so-great days increasing as we near deadlines that come hand-in-hand with the end of term thanks to professors cramming in the last weeks of curriculum in the final days.

Maybe today wasn’t the greatest day. Maybe you woke up on the wrong side of the bed. Maybe you fell out of the bed. Maybe you woke up feeling burnt. It’s okay, you don’t have to be great all the time. But guess what? You don’t have to bring that into tomorrow.

Today can be great. And if it isn’t, no biggie. Tomorrow can still be great. Because you are great.

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Self-Care Everywhere Week (in review)


Every month we have another theme on the blog. Last month was time management, and this month is mental health. A great way to keep up your mental health is to practice self-care. It just so happens that Self-Care Week was happening this month, so Athena’s Guide decided to team up with the Self-Care Committee and spread the love. Read on to see what we’ve been up to!

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Happy place

We could all do with a vacation every once in awhile (@winter break, I’ve got my eye on you). Unfortunately, my academic schedule is not flexible enough and my wallet is not big enough to accommodate all the vacations my mind, body, and soul need/want. So I’m going to make wherever I am right nowmy happy place, and you can too!

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