According to the 2016 College Senior Survey, 91 percent of Luther seniors say that work-life balance is an essential career path consideration. But you don't have to wait until you graduate to start learning skills to help you achieve this goal!
Here are some tips about how to focus on the task at hand and manage your digital life to make more time for things that matter.
For more, read Professor Amy Weldon's blog post, Recreating yourself.
According to a 2015 survey of first-year college students, 50% of students reported feeling stressed most or all of the time and 36% did not feel as if they were in control of managing the stress of day-to-day college life. Wow!
It is critical that you become aware of your level of stress and find ways to cope. Counseling Service can assist you with this if you need additional support. You can speak to a counselor or visit the Zen Den in Larsen Hall Health Service Clinic.
Stress management strategies include:
You'll learn more about stress management and other wellness-related topics in your Fit and Well class.
Great info about how college will be different from high school. Read the article.