7 wellbeing tips for University Mental Health Day

While the Hope family can’t be together in a physical sense, colleagues from across the University have put together online events and links to resources, with a focus on kindness, compassion and self-care. Sally Wills, Vice-President Welfare & Community for Liverpool Hope Students’ Union, and Andee Moorcroft, Student Well-being Officer within the Student Development and…

The student’s guide to self-care

During my time as a student, I noticed something very troubling; a lot of student’s take pride in the fact that they don’t look after themselves. Not all students, of course, but I’m sure you’ve all met someone who gets a laugh out of drinking six cups of coffee a day or always looks exhausted…

Ways to maintain good mental health while in lockdown…

Hi, I‘m Melissa, I am currently studying Childhood and Youth with Social Policy. This semester at Hope has been different than any other. Staff had big changes to make with very short notice, and for us as students the academic year ended very abruptly. However, regardless of all the upheaval, Penny and her team has…

Look after #1 this Christmas

Christmas is one of the most exciting times of the year, but it’s also a time that can leave us feeling exhausted and drained. So to combat that, we’ve put together some handy tips to help you make the most of the university break, and to keep your well-being in check. 1. Be prepared During…

Stay mindful.

“You are Braver than you believe. Stronger than you seem. Smarter than you think and loved more than you know” -Winnie the Pooh As a little bit of background, my name is Jessica and I’m currently entering my third year of study of my Fine Art degree. I was diagnosed with Generalised Anxiety Disorder this…