Gain support in eating well and getting moving when you’re busy studying, and on a budget!
Maximize Energy and Boost your Brain
Join us for inspiration and encouragement. Learn new recipes that will help maximize your energy levels and boost your brain power. Healthy recipes that involve few ingredients and inexpensive ingredients will be provided weekly. Participants will be encouraged to support one another through sharing healthy recipes and pictures of healthy meals that they make.
Please talk to us at the gym office or call at 250-365-1292 to join our private Facebook group for more great info!
Good health starts with nutrition and movement! Our Healthy Living page provides helpful meal plans and links to get moving which contribute to Selkirk College's Global Goals Week - in particular the Sustainable Development Goal #3: Good Health & Well-Being!
Free 4-Day Meal Plans, include recipes and shopping lists
Stuck at home a lot these days?! Don't let that stop you from being active.
NIRSA: Leaders in Collegiate Recreation has a great selection of videos you can access here...
Gratitude jars are a creative simple exercise that can have lasting effects on your well-being and outlook. It forces you to slow down and reflect on the positive things (big and small) day to day!
Where: At home. Submit photo of your gratitude jar to firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com
We encourage all Selkirk students and staff to participate in this new habit of thankfulness that will have positive effects on your well-being!
Step 1: Find a jar or box.
Step 2: Decorate the jar or box however you wish. You can wrap hemp string, stickers or add your favorite photos, paint it, or use clear glue and glitter to make it sparkle! Do what ever make it special for you.
Step 3: The most important step! Think of one thing each day you are grateful for! Here are some ideas to help you:
Think of something about your body or health you're grateful for
What's something that you're looking forward to?
What's an accomplishment you're proud of?
Write or meditate about some place you've been grateful for
What have you been given that you're greatful for?
Do this every day write down the things you are grateful for on card stock and fill your special jar!
Step 4: If you want motivation!!! Email a picture of your jar and we will post a collage of all the jars submitted!!
Soon you will be on your path to creating a new habit of thankfulness and feel the positive effects on your over all well-being!!