Reflection & Self Care

How to Find A Work Life Balance

Between jobs, schoolwork, and clubs on top of having a social life, we are all busy people! Making the most out of each task may feel like our top priority, but when’s the last time you stopped or slowed down? When’s the last time you focused on your mental well-being and not just personal achievement?…

Stress Management and Wellness

Here at Mizzou, we want our students to feel supported. We know that life can get overwhelming for everyone, no matter where you are in your college career. Let’s go through a few options that we have on campus that can help you manage your stress. Sanvello During the start of the pandemic, Mizzou launched…

College Students Share Their Opinions on Mental Health at Work

A global pandemic is difficult enough to cope with; combine that with campus closures and economic uncertainty sparked by COVID-19, and you’ve got a seriously scary and confusing year. So when we sent out a recent survey to college students like you, we wanted to talk mental health. The results show that you care a lot…

Facing Fears: How to Embrace “Failure” at Work

Little misses at your job or internship can shape big wins for your future. For many college seniors, the summer before graduation is a great time to start building solid career foundations. Putting hard work into a summer internship for a great company can really pay off for rising seniors. Sometimes, it even leads to…

10 Ways to Calm Stress in 15 Minutes or Less

Projects, papers and exams are upon us and December can be a really stressful time for most students. Here are 10 ways to manage stress and practice self-care, excerpted from the Healthline.com wellness blog. 1. Chew gum Chewing is a great form of stress reduction. If you have gum on hand, particularly scented gum, chew…

How to Avoid Zoom Fatigue

Excerpted from the Harvard Business Review Feeling drained or exhausted after a day of Zoom-based classes, work sessions or org meetings? You're not alone!  Video calls force us to be more intentionally focused on conversations in order to learn and absorb information. Asking questions and requesting clarifications is harder and it's more difficult to concentrate…