Marietta Kosma tells us how she likes to prioritise her wellbeing during the vacation.
Whether you feel like having a cry, reminiscing on old times, lying in the sun or having your own personal dance party, never be without the perfect playlist for your mood.
Molly Ross talks about how she came to yoga and why she encourages people to find their own practice.
The condition we are in now is likely to drag on for many more months to come; instead of thinking “I will do this and that after lockdown”, try thinking “I’m going to find a way to do it now.”
No man is an island, but within a panic attack, it certainly feels like you are one.
It’s the July-2020-you writing from the future. Don’t gasp. I just want to make sure you’re not acting like an idiot like I was.
Self-harm is not a problem in a vacuum; it’s a distressing symptom of mental health issues that are being ignored. We cannot address it without dealing with the underlying cause.
Without the crux of routine, dependable distractions, or casual socialising, it is too easy for us to sink back into the grasp of harmful thinking and behaviour – like the sensual embrace of an old, but bitterly destructive, friend.
If you’re looking for “alternatives to activating *beast mode* in PureGym.”, Hannah Ashford’s got you covered with her guide to fitness options in Oxford.