Relax, it’s Stress Down Day!

Our students bloggers share how they stress down during the busy times of semester for #StressDownDay. Do you have any tips for keeping calm?


AnaAna

Student blogger Ana nails her #StressDownDay like a pro. All the LDI and College of Excellence workshops that she has attended during the semester taught her to harness stress. She says “Take a deep breath, identify your level of tension and think of the things you are in control of. Exactly! You are in control of your own emotions. Now, take a break from the stress and enjoy life for a second, it will calm you down.”

Ana - Stress Down Day


SeanSean

Student blogger Sean says, “Gettin’ down with stressin’ down doesn’t come any better in winter than a fluffy pair of socks and your favourite slippers … nobody can see them under your study desk too.” #slippersandsocksrocks #justbreathe

Sean Slippers and Socks


RacquelRacquel

Student blogger Racquel has given us her top two #StressDownDay tips for staying cool, calm and collected.

Student Blogger Racquel captured this shot of our Gardens Point campus after completing her last exam for the semester. It’s a reminder of all the hard work she put in during the semester, and how she made it through the busy times. There’s nothing better than being able to say “Goodbye assessment, hello holidays”!

Racquel

What’s the perfect cure for a stressed uni student who loves to travel? Mini road trips! Student blogger Racquel decided to bundle up her worries about exams, pack her camera in her car, top up the fuel tank and bring her Mum along for a mini road trip through Kilcoy, Mount Mee, Dayboro and surrounding areas.

Raquel 17June Screen Shot 2016-06-17 at 7.21.01 pm


SaraSara

Student Blogger Sara finds that getting crafty is a fun way to de-stress. Your projects don’t have to be perfect, just as long as you’re having fun doing them! #stressless #hobby #craft

Sara_IMG_4686


AmandaAmanda

Student blogger Amanda dials down stress by getting active & heading outside. Exercise is good not just for physical health, but also for mental health. #reducestress #stress

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *