So we’re coming up on mid-March… how are those resolutions working out for you? Still eating healthier, heading to the gym, getting all the sleep that you should be getting? Did you go to WellFest? I’m guessing that we’re all starting to think about Spring Break coming up, and maybe it’s time to take a look at those ways in which you wanted to change your life positively.
Remember that there are plenty of resources on campus that can help you out with those goals. University Health & Counseling Services is always available for you if you need some advice or a friendly person to talk to. Their website has plenty of resources, including Student Health 101, a monthly e-magazine full of great tips and tricks to improving some of those maybe-not-particularly-healthy habits, fitness and nutrition information, and much more.
Want even more than that? The library is your go-to for further information, as we have books and databases that focus on topics that you could use in your personal life, not just for your research papers! Check the catalog for titles like The Smart Student’s Guide to Healthy Living [Main Collection, 3rd Floor - RA777.3 .S63 2006] or Health Styles: Decisions for Living Well [Main Collection, 3rd Floor - RA777.3 .P78 1999]. There are also health databases to locate health and nutrition information, like Consumer Health Complete and CINAHL Plus with Full Text.
Of course, a reference librarian would be happy to help finding information, make sure to stop by and see one at the Reference Desk, call during Reference Desk hours at 262.472.1032, or anytime, day or night, online at Ask a Librarian.