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"There is a curse.
May You Live in Interesting Times". , 1994. Sir Terry Pratchett
Interesting times? Hard times? Post-apocalyptic times? COVID has disrupted everyone's lives, so please believe us when we tell you that you are not alone. This collection was created to help SIT Students deal with the changes wrought by the global pandemic.
Ten stress management techniques for students rom the Verywell Mind website. looking at sleep, diet, exercise, and more. F
Insight Timer (free app)
An app to help you with sleep, anxiety, and stress. With featured events and workshops and more.
Stress & Your Body
The Healthline website outlines the effects of stress on your body in a neat infographic with additional explanations.
Six Wellness Tips
Short article from Pearson on how to take care of yourself, especially during these very stressful times.
"Mama, I just killed a man. I didn't stay inside in bed. I walked past him, now he's dead..."
Lyrics by Dana Jay Bein.
Kitchen Stories (free app)
Search for recipes based on what ingredients you have, then follow the step-by-step instructions or videos.
Gently swipe away your stress by building a few virtual jigsaw puzzles.
HealthHub on Stress
The Singapore website for information on what happens we feel stressed, as well as causes, symptoms, and management techniques.
Remote Learning Tips
Infobase provides a number of very useful tips for those who are struggling with remote learning, the most important of which is to ask for help!
Help! I Need Somebody
Highlights the importance of music during a pandemic, in terms of "enjoyment, venting negative emotions, and self-connection" (Granot, et al., 2021).
Play a game to destress, and at the same time help the UN World Food Program donate rice to needy families.
Online Learning Approaches
Another informative article from Pearson, this time suggesting that being proactive, present, and purposeful can help you succeed as an online student.
Pop the Bubble Wrap
The best way ever to destress!! If you are in the Library, however, please turn down your sound.