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We all know what we ‘should’ do to survive lockdown… but are you really doing those things? Dr Sam Moxon discusses what he is doing to stay happy, healthy, positive and productive during these difficult days. Read or Listen.
It can sometimes feel like you take 2 steps forward & 1 step back during your #PhD, but as long as you’re moving forward, you’re doing well! In her first blog for 2021 Beth Eyre shares tips for looking after your wellbeing in a pandemic.
In this special blog for stress awareness week, Amy Kizildagli discusses anxiety (something most researcher experience) what that can feel like, and some ways to help tackle the causes and symptoms.
With lockdown prompting much discussion on social media about mental health, Sarah reflects on how advice on Twitter often contradicts my own experiences, and shares some things that do and don’t work for her, and a few things she has learned during her own recovery journey.
This post is by Moira Hansen who is currently in the 3rd year of her Lord Kelvin Adam Smith-funded PhD at the University of Glasgow. As a graduate of both literary studies and life sciences, her research project – ‘”Melancholy and low spirits are half my disease”: physical and mental health in the life and…