Breaking Free from the Chains of Repetition

In our journey towards personal growth and self-discovery, we often find ourselves entangled in the web of repetition. While routines can offer comfort and stability, it's important to recognize the negative side effects that excessive repetition can bring into our lives. Repetition, when unchecked, can lead to stagnation, decreased creativity, and heightened stress levels. Embracing routine is natural and can...[ read more ]

Navigating Summer Burnout: Embracing Self-Care and Renewal

As the scorching sun blazes overhead and the summer months unfold, many of us find ourselves grappling with an unexpected hurdle: summer burnout. While this season is often associated with leisure and relaxation, it can also bring forth overwhelming demands and heightened stress levels. As the world gears up for vacations and adventures, it's essential to recognize the signs of...[ read more ]

Recovering from Post-Party Burnout: Nurturing Your Mind and Body

Post-party burnout is a common experience that many of us can relate to. We've all been there: the excitement and anticipation leading up to a social event, the fun and laughter shared with friends, and the thrill of the night. But what happens when the party is over? Often, we find ourselves feeling drained, physically and emotionally exhausted. This phenomenon,...[ read more ]

Breaking the Cycle of Procrastination: Tips and Techniques for Overcoming Delayed Tasks

Procrastination is a common issue that affects many people, regardless of age or occupation. It's easy to fall into the habit of putting off tasks until the last minute, but this can cause stress and anxiety, as well as affect our productivity and success. It's important to understand that procrastination isn't a personal failing or a character flaw, but rather...[ read more ]

Mental Health in the Workplace: Why It Matters

When it comes to mental health, the workplace can be a major source of stress for many people. Long hours, tight deadlines, difficult coworkers, and job insecurity are just a few of the factors that can contribute to poor mental health at work. But why does this matter, and what can be done about it? First and foremost, poor mental...[ read more ]

Supporting a Friend with Mental Health Challenges in College

College can be a stressful time, and many students may experience mental health challenges. As a friend, it can be challenging to know how to support someone who is struggling with their mental health. In this blog post, we'll explore ways to support a friend with mental health challenges in college. Listen and Validate: The first step in supporting a...[ read more ]

Burnout Revisited

As stated previously I wanted to revisit the most popular topics I have spoken about previously. If you have yet to read my multiple posts on Burnout feel free to take a look at them. In this post I wanted to provide links/ resources to further extend our cumulative knowledge on gaslighting, and what it means to deal with and...[ read more ]

Top Blog Post Revisited

In this weeks blog post I want to go back and highlight some of our blog posts that our readers liked the most. Because of this, our next two blog posts will revisit Gaslighting and Burnout. The Gaslighting Blog posted centered around what Gaslighting is. how to spot it in a relationship, and how to begin working towards ending a...[ read more ]

How to Prevent Burnout (3 Part Series)

This is the second part of a three-part series about Burnout. In this action, you will read about my own tips on how I'm able to prevent burnout in my own life whilst also juggling being a full-time student, a part-time intern, and a part time assistant researcher. With multiple stressors that come with the closing of the year, it...[ read more ]

What is Burnout? (3 part Series)

This week I would like to shed light on a worldwide phenomenon known as Burnout. Many of us may have experienced it and may not even have realized what we were going through has a name. Help Guide defines Burnout as  “...a state of emotional, physical, and mental exhaustion caused by excessive and prolonged stress. It occurs when you feel...[ read more ]

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