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It can be challenging to stay resilient in the face of life’s challenges but we all have the ability to improve our mental health. Here are some ideas that you can try right now:
Time to dig out your flannel jammies and scarves: Winter is coming. Research shows that gratitude increases wellbeing, so let’s look at a few things we can be grateful for this fall.
Constant external stimulation from our environment often leaves us trying to cultivate some quiet. Silence exists within all of us, if we can find a way to listen.
In honour of Thrive week, we are excited to feature a very special ‘Thriving President’ Q&A, with Professor Santa Ono, UBC’s President and Vice-Chancellor.
Learning about mental illness helps us understand the medical illness, treatment and recovery possibilities. When you or a loved one are in need of support, there are resources available.
We have a great line up of free events coming your way. Sign up now for the much-anticipated Mindfulness@Work Program, Stress Relaxation Techniques & Garden Walk Tours, Ergo Your Office and more!
Thrive Week events, #thrive365 photo challenge, Saving by Savoring, Team UBC Ride to Conquer Cancer info session, Lace up for Kids, flu shots, yoga and so much more!
The daily demands on our time can mean that we have less time to spend on cooking. But, it’s still possible to eat nutritious homemade meals during busy times and these recipes and tips can help!
As the weather cools off and the days get shorter, it can be hard to find ways to stay motivated to be active. Check out these great workouts and stretches that you can do right at your desk!
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