Harper Wellness Stories

October 01, 2021

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The 2022-2023 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) opened October 1, 2021. By applying early, you will be considered for the maximum number of financial aid awards.


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Every year, September marks Suicide Prevention Month, which is a month dedicated to discussing suicide prevention, mental health resources and bringing awareness to warning signs. In addition, September 6 - 12, 2020 marks National Suicide Prevention Week. While talking about suicide can sometimes feel like a taboo topic in society, it's important and necessary to be aware of the warning signs and ways in which we can talk openly and honestly about suicide in order to help reduce stigma and potentially save lives.

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As we begin a new semester, let’s not forget that we have the ability to help students start off on a positive note.

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COVID-19 is a pandemic that changed the sense of normalcy in many aspects of life, including education. Often, education is an in-person experience with hands-on and observation opportunities, so that students see first-hand how things work. Here are some tips and strategies to support your college student during this time.


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There are plenty of wellness-based mobile apps out there to go around, some more helpful than others. While this is not a complete list, here are a few of my favorites that have helped me with my wellness habits.

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Whether you’re at work or home, ensure that you have some of the essentials on hand at home or at work. Almonds, quinoa, chickpeas, frozen edamame, dried fruit, black beans, almond milk and frozen fruit are some of the items I usually have on hand at home or work as they are easy snacking foods.

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There are plenty of wellness products out there in the world, some of them probably worth your money more than others. While you don’t necessarily need products or things to boost your wellness, here are a few of my favorite things that have been worth the investment...

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Social media is full of people and companies trying to sell you on their latest powder, piece of gym equipment or diet that they guarantee will help you lose weight quickly or provide dramatic results in a short amount of time. The fact of the matter is that anything worth doing will take time and effort.

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Whether you care about winning or not, signing up for some sort of wellness challenge, race or event can help keep you motivated and on track. Try something new, even if there is the possibility that you might fail.

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While no one can accomplish your goals for you, find some inspiration to keep the needle moving.

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Last Updated: 7/18/22