EXPERIENCE GUIDE ADVICE: WAYS TO DE-STRESS DURING EXAMS
09 Apr, 2018
At SJU, we think that the people with the best understanding of the student experience are the students themselves. That’s why we’ve asked our Experience Guides, who you may meet if you come for a tour of SJU, to offer some advice on what being an SJU student is really like.
As current students, we’ve all been in your shoes at some point in the last few years, and we know how challenging the transition to university can be. That’s why we’re here to help, and hopefully, with our advice, you’ll be able to make that transition with ease and success.
This time, we asked our Experience Guides to tell us about their favourite ways to de-stress! Today marks the start of the exam period, which can come with lots of hard work and long hours of studying. During this time, it’s important to remember to de-stress and take time for yourself as well as focusing on your exams! The good news is, there are plenty of things to do around campus, or around Waterloo, when you need a break from studying! Check out what our Experience Guides had to say below!
Question: What’s your favourite way to de-stress?
Kick boxing - Danielle
Watch Netflix - Samantha
Read a good book - Shelby
Workout - Jeffrey
Playing sports - Kaitlyn
Go for a run - Rachel
Hitting the gym - TJ
Dance party - Taylor
Zumba classes - Madeleine
Watch a movie!! - Natalie
Hiking with my dog - Izzy
Reading - Jenn
Paint or draw, spend time outside - Noelle
Listening to music and playing video games - Rachel
Go for a swim - Delainey
Hang around with my friends - Sam
Read, play pool, listen to country music - Megan
Workout - Christian
Nap - Jenna
Dancing!! - Gabrielle
Read - Stefan
Playing sports, hanging out with friends - Matthew
Get coffee at the Funken - Candice
Also dance - Taylor
Eat - Maegan
Go for a run! - Justine
Check back soon to see what advice our Experience Guides have about other topics!