Why a Paper and Pen is all you need – Self-Care Journaling: 5 reasons why you should start. By Kelly Trivedy a Post-Graduate Diploma in Education in Post Compulsory Education and Training and MA in Education NTU Alumni Journaling? “But I am not artistic and I cannot draw or write well and I don’t have … More Self-Care Journaling: 5 reasons why you should start.
Brooke Jones – BA (Hons) Accounting and Finance, Year One. Although current situations at the minute focus primarily on physical health, and rightfully so, just a little reminder that it is JUST as important to remember to look out for your mental health at such a time too! Being stuck inside can feel a little … More Self-care tips for self-isolation
By Sue Chan-Wyles a 3rd Year Mandarin Chinese and International Relations NTU student The coronavirus has impacted me a lot over the past 3 months, with questions concerning my university degree and my life. Only a few days ago, I heard that my year abroad has been officially cancelled. Before then, my classmates and myself … More Coping during uncertain times
If something has negatively affected your self-esteem, it’s important to remember that you have the right to feel good about who you are. Here are five tips to help change your mind-set and get you rebuilding how you think about yourself. Be conscious of negative thinking If you are continually thinking in the same negative … More Tips on how to re-build your self-esteem
By Dean Fido, an NTU Alumni BSc Psychology w/ Criminology (Hons.) 2007-2010 MSc Forensic Psychology 2010-2011 PhD Cognitive Neuroscience 2011-2015 University life is an intricate web of conflicting commitments, requirements, and experiences. Nottingham Trent University in particular, works hard to provide such a wealth of opportunities, which is great. But when combined with an eager … More Self-Care advice…
By Becky Carré a English BA (Hons) NTU Alumni I recently posted with #tenyearchallenge, and when I looked at my 18-year-old NTU Fresher self, compared to the almost-adult I see in the mirror, they could not be further apart. Studying English at Clifton Campus in 2009, I thought I knew all about how to look … More What I wish I knew when I was a student…
As we are now in the last term of this academic year, it can be a time of a stress what with final deadlines and exams. So, we’ve got some helpful tips on how to manage stress from a current NTU Construction Project Management student! It may seem like there’s nothing you can do about … More Stress Management
By a 2nd year NTU student, Mandarin Chinese and International Relations As a student I totally and completely know how difficult it can be to look after yourself, especially when you’re dealing with deadlines or doing adult stuff like paying bills and doing your weekly shop. This post will provide tips to deal with … More Anxiety & Depression bogging you down?
By Alex Hinsley a BA History & MA History NTU Alumni Your years spent at university undoubtedly will rank amongst the most enjoyable and, hopefully, the most successful times in your life. That notwithstanding, a degree poses some of the toughest challenges you will face. “Self-efficacy” is a bit of a buzzword within the realms … More Self-efficacy & Wellbeing