Burnout. Ugh. That slow creep from feeling tired and worn out, to losing any sense of enjoyment for school or work, and finally to feelings of hopelessness, irritability and poor performance. Follow these tips to get on top of it.
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RN you are both saying yasss to being more than just friends with benefits. It can be easy to get caught up in the moment. You feel like you’re on top of the world until you realise it’s time to spill the tea to your parents.
Your mental health and wellbeing is super important. Your feelings are real, although they can be hard to talk about. Sometimes it’s hard to find the words. Asking for help can be difficult. Who do you tell, what do you say?
With international travel off the cards for a while, we’ll all be spending this summer reigniting our passion for the great Aussie road trip!
There’s nothing better than dating someone who ‘gets you’. And who wouldn’t want that RN? But dating can be tricky, especially when starting out.
When the second lockdown was announced in July here in Vic, I found myself with loads of extra time, so I figured now was the time to try something completely out of my comfort zone and get fit in the process.