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Self-Care for Students

As students who are faced with a unique challenge during this extraordinary time, you must feel tired from adjusting to the online learning set up. Without the physical presence of your professors and your classmates to make your high school or college life complete, you are compelled to limit your interactions through technology to remain safe from the pandemic.

We understand. The struggle is real. This is why the University’s care-centered learning system is geared towards ensuring the students’ well being during this difficult time. Apart from a compassionate learning and grading system, Self-Care weeks are also declared to provide you with opportunities to engage in relaxation activities geared towards physical, mental, emotional, social, financial, and environmental wellness.

This Self-Care Hub is our gift to you. It comes with practical tips and advice to promote self-care. It also includes features self-care opportunities that the Lasallian community has come up with.

Enjoy your visit to the Self-Care Hub. Remember, you matter.


How Your Lenten Sacrifice Can Help Save the Planet

How Your Lenten Sacrifice Can Help Save the Planet

     STUDENTS     |    Angie Chui

As the world reels from the impact of climate change, loss of biodiversity, pollution, deforestation, and marine degradation, Christians are mobilized into action to engage in sustainable practices to save the planet.


Socializing Made Simple

Socializing Made Simple

     STUDENTS     |    Pauline Osia

People tend to overlook social self-care due to an overwhelming schedule. And when this happens, we automatically say ‘no’ to finish the things that we need to attend to and have more time for ourselves. But still, making time for your family, loved ones, and friends are vital. 


Blessed is She

Blessed is She

     STUDENTS     |    Niña Marie Ligan

As we celebrate Women’s month this March, have you given yourself time to reflect on your own vices? What about your insecurities as a woman?  If yes, then good – but have you questioned yourself again, “Did I take it seriously or not”? Maybe most of you will tell me this is why it is so important to ask these things. 


Don't Feel Guilty About Taking a Break

Don't Feel Guilty About Taking a Break

     STUDENTS     |    Angie Chui

Taking a break is not a sign of laziness, nor does it mean you are shunning your responsibilities. You just need to take a breather because that’s the way humans are made.


Catching up on Reading? Here are Some Recommended Reads This Holiday

Catching up on Reading? Here are Some Recommended Reads This Holiday

     STUDENTS     |    Angie Chui

The Christmas break is a great time to catch up on your reading. Take a crack at your mounting TBR (to be read) pile or jump into these recommended tomes for your holiday reads.


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Best Presents You Can Give Your Folks for Christmas

     STUDENTS     |    Angie Chui

Parents always want the best for their kids. From providing a good education, putting food on the table, to working hard to getting them the best of everything. Parents are always doing their best to make their children happy.


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How to Balance Academics and Extracurricular Activities: Self Care Tips for Student Leaders

     STUDENTS     |    Dr. Ma. Theresa Gochuico

Small acts of self-care can have a significant impact on their academic and personal lives. Here are 3 methods that DLSU-0 Student Leaders practice to alleviate the stress.


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Prayer and Photography: A Guide to Self Care and Spirituality

     STUDENTS     |    Sr. Jenny Mhy-sy Vasa

Photography is a great hobby to take up if you are looking for a way to relieve your stresses and appreciate the beauty of creation. It is also a wonderful way to strengthen your faith.


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Take a Pause: Small Things Matter: Self Care Tips for Student Leaders

     STUDENTS     |    Franchesca Garcia and Lean Jane Pantorilla

For students dealing with the new normal in flexible education, the tendency to become overwhelmed with the demands of schoolwork and other responsibilities is high.


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4 Apps to Connect with Friends Online

     STUDENTS     |    Angie Chui

Technology to the rescue! You may already be familiar with your constant social media platforms like Facebook Messenger, Viber and the like, but there are several apps that make your interactions more fun.


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Youth and Nature: How Caring for the Planet is Self Care

     STUDENTS     |    Ruth Antoinette Chin

Man has a strong connection with nature. This makes people intricately linked to the environment. This is why caring for oneself also includes caring for our Common Home.


Downloads

Check out inspirational quotes, top tips and informational materials to help you navigate through the challenges of the new normal.

Self-Care Videos

Relax with music, meditation, entertaining and informative videos to help you in your self-care journey.