Listening to music while you study can be quite enjoyable, and the right tunes can really help you dial into your study groove. Here are some study music playlists and groovy beat recommendations from fellow Gee-Gees.
Academic writing comes with its fair share of challenges, not the least of which is the blank page syndrome. Some of us know it as “writer’s block”; others call it “perfection paralysis”. Regardless of how you refer to it, I think we can all agree that it’s a huge pain in the… well, you know. Here are five tips to help you overcome the blank page syndrome.
Did you know that volunteering is a great way to support your career development while helping fulfil the mission of a community organization? Evidence shows that meaningful volunteering provides students with valuable work experience and transferable skills, and allows you to explore new work environments.
Ever wondered what goes on during your hours of shut eye every night? Darcy Santor, a full-time professor at the Faculty of Social Sciences, breaks down the extraordinary benefits of sleep for learning and well-being in the fourth instalment of the Friday Afternoon Seminar on Wellbeing.
We know that studying for exams can be stressful and time consuming, leaving only so much time for cooking. A delicious meal can make all the difference to boost your wellbeing and mindset. Below are 5 easy and tasty recipes for you to try.
After seven weeks of dealing with endless classes, assignments, and tests, the long-awaited reading week is finally around the corner. You will be able to enjoy one week of free time, but how should you use it? And how can you get the most out of it? Below are several tips that could help you enjoy your reading week.