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The University’s Feel Good February programme of events and activities starts today. This free programme for all staff and students will take place from 1 to 28 February 2022.
Activities are aligned to each of the themes of the 6 ways to wellbeing: Connect, Be active, Take Notice, Keep Learning, Give, Be Sustainable.
Throughout the month, colleagues are encouraged to engage wherever they can and aim to ‘Do One Thing’ by setting a realistic, achievable goal for February. This should be something that will help you feel good without piling on pressure, it could be to attend one event from the programme, to pick one of the 6 ways to wellbeing to focus on, or to set your own goal e.g. go for a walk one lunchtime each week.
You can find out more and view events on the Wellbeing Hub. We also recommend you download the My Liverpool App for quick and easy access to the programme and registration information anytime, anywhere.
Highlights from the month will include:
Dr Paul Redmond, Director of Student Experience and Enhancement said: “’Taking Notice’ is one of the 6 Ways to Wellbeing, and for me, the hardest of the six to put in practice. So, if I DO ONE THING as part of Feel Good February, it’s to make time every day to get out of the office and walk the campus: Spring will be with us soon, the gardens will be bursting with life, and best of all, there’ll be plenty of staff and students to say hello to.”
Get all the information you need about Feel Good February on the Wellbeing Hub, the My Liverpool app and via the @LivUniAcademy, @LivUniEquality and @LivUniPeople twitter accounts using hashtags #FeelGoodFeb, #TeamLivUni and #LivUniWellbeing.
We would love to hear what you are doing for Feel Good February, so please do let us know via these Twitter accounts and by adding the hashtags to your tweets.
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