When someone is speaking, pay attention to your body language. Demonstrate active listening by making eye contact, leaning in, and keeping an open posture.
Make the Most of Your Busy Day. With our often hectic and busy schedules, it is important to make the most of the time you do have by finding creative ways to add more movement. Examples include:
- Taking the stairs instead of the elevator
- Parking your car further away
- Take the long way to and from the bathroom
- While working or studying, take at least one break each hour to get up, stretch, walk around, etc.
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Caring for others makes you stronger too! Help out a friend and you will both benefit!
Still unclear about consent? It’s simple as tea really. This video explains: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fGoWLWS4-kU
Get consistent. Try sticking to a set bed time and rise time, even on the weekends. This will get your body on a cycle and make waking up and going to sleep easier.
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