Our theme for Mondays is Managing Isolation. It's a pretty big one at the moment and impacting all of us with the disruption of our regular routine. Every Monday we'll bring you an Instagram Live from our Small Things staff (including Jordan and Stella, our sabbs), discussing at topic that's on everyone's minds. We'll also bring you handy content and activities to help you manage this period of isolation.

 

- TIPS -

Here are some tips to help you manage isolation. For more, check out our resources section below to download some printable activities and follow our Instagram @aubsu_matter

 
  • Try some social apps like Netflix Party and Houseparty to stay connected
  • Keep to a regular routine - get up at the same time, get showered and dressed even though you're staying inside
 
 
  • Reach out to people - you might be confident chatting to others but some people might need an invite or helping hand!
  • Keep active! You can still go out and excersise, or stay in and try one of our Give it a Go Shorts
 
     

 

- RESOURCES -

Download our printable journal pages for more advice and productive activities on this theme. Resources will be updated weekly!

 

- MONDAY MOOD LIVESTREAMS-

Every Monday during Lockdown we are hosting TSTM Monday Mood Livestreams, to bring you tips on a hot topic and some uplifting Monday vibes to start your week!

We love hearing from you too, so tune in to watch at 1pm every Monday on @aubsu_matter and the AUB Students' Union Facebook Page!

If you've missed them, here's some we've saved so that you can watch back!

-Activities-

  • Are you creating during Isolation? why not submit your work for the Quaran-Zine @idontwantogoinsane, this is an inclusive and versatile selection of students creative work for their mental health. Got questions about it? Email goinsanesine@gmail.com

 

Don't forget!...

The Small Things Matter campaign is all about supporting you, with tools, tips and a bunch of courage to take the next step for you, however small: every step you take is no step too small. Small steps have big impact.