My cup is broken

Words by Maeson, 21 WA “You can’t pour from an empty cup” The number one phrase for championing self-care. It’s a good message. To contribute to the world, we must first take care of ourselves. The longer we neglect our mental and emotional wellbeing, the more we risk suffering from things like burnout or depression.…

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Subtle Burnout: surviving, thriving with a side of crying.

Words by Chelsea, 24 VIC This pandemic has forced me to deal with the circumstances that led me to burn out. ‘Ah ha’, you may say ‘I know that feeling all too well’. But for myself at least, the signs flew under the radar until it was too late. So, here are three tips to…

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It’s Okay to Not Know What You are Doing

Its Okay to not know what you're doing in life

Words by Sophie, 22 WAYou can find more of her work o You can read more work from Sophie on her website or on Uni Junkee Throughout our final years in high school we are asked what we plan to do after graduating. Some will go to university, some will want to travel, and some will have absolutely no idea…

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Self-Care in the Workplace – Lessons From the Frontline

Self-Care WhyNot

Words by Kevin, 26, VIC Self-care is all about ensuring that you remain physically, mentally, and spiritually recharged. Considering the frenetic pace at which the modern day world runs, it is more important than ever. But is self-care just about making time for yourself? As a health professional delivering therapy in the community, there are…

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