Creative Wellbeing Festival 2021
Message from the artists
Vanessa: "As affirmations can help restructure our mindset and brighten up our days, we would like to create and share a personalized affirmation gift with you. We hope you can find support and encouragement through our exchange project."
Phoebe: "Sharing affirmations is a simple way of focusing on positivity and positive actions as an antidote to worries and negative self-talk. The connection element is important; it reminds us that we rely on one another, and it reminds us of the importance of our words."
Day by Day
Life in Progress
Gamify your student life with this Life in Progress planner!
- write down your goals ✨
- keep track of how you are feeling every day 😀 (we know, it's a bit hard to keeping track of sleep 😴 and exercise 🏀 during lockdown)
- manage your to do list with a progress bar ✅ (remember little progress is still progress!
- a handy dandy pomodoro timer 🍅 for your study time
Oruko Yoruba (a.k.a. My Yoruba Name) is a powerful project created by artist, activist and RMIT Biomedical Sciences student, Oluwafolakemi Bolarinwa.
Explore videos and interactive social media conversations about the experience of your peers with non-English names and discover your own Yoruba name!
As someone who journals regularly, I often write things addressed to 'future me'. I know there will be days when I feel like crap. And there will also be days when I feel like a demigod.
So, I find that reading letters I wrote from a different headspace is an invaluable tool to cultivate some equanimity. With Fessona, I tried to extend this hobby of sorts to a larger scale.