23 things to enhance your wellbeing


Introducing the 23 things

23 things was originally a project by an American librarian back in 2006 to encourage others in the profession to put down their date stamps, push the horn rimmed spectacles up to the bridge of their nose and engage with the new-fangled social media of the day.  Since then, it has grown and blossomed into a way of encouraging anyone to pick up any of a suite of independent, quick introductory lessons on a topic they might find useful and come away having learned something useful.

Starting tomorrow, you will find 23 posts on how to stay feeling good and pointing you to apps, podcasts, websites, and more that can help you get the most from life and study with a minimum of stress.  These will appear over the next 23 working days, so there’s no need to check at weekends or on Bank Holidays.

Please comment and share any you find useful.  If you have any techniques you enjoy best yourself, please share these with everyone as well.

And remember – if you need wellbeing support, your GP and the University Wellbeing service are there to help you.

Assistant Librarian (Promotions) at the University Library. An enthusiastic advocate of libraries, diversity, inclusion, equity, and social justice for all, inside and outside the workplace.

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