Today, the world’s cities are more bustling than ever. But with a growing global population and the urgency of climate change, it’s no longer enough to just survive; we want to thrive.
@ IE University
The Coronavirus pandemic has forced students to drastically change their lifestyles and spend more time indoors than they ever imagined.
When we think of studying or working, we picture quiet, peaceful environments with zero distractions. Yes, silent libraries full of dedicated students and tidy bedrooms with ample desk space come to mind—but sometimes such conditions aren’t always practical, or even ideal.
In today’s world, online learning has taken on a new meaning. Just as the world of work is no longer restricted to office spaces, online courses give students the same flexibility to learn and study remotely.
Showing up for yourself is another way of practicing self-care—accepting yourself, supporting yourself, and loving yourself. With poor mental health at an all-time high, especially among students, it has never been more important to become your own best friend.