Now that we’ve entered December and the snow is on the ground, there is no question that we’re well into the winter season. At our last Winter Lights event, we talked about what we love about winter, and what the hardest parts of the season are. Winter can be filled with joy and beauty, it can be quiet and cozy. Winter can also be cold and isolating and full of stresses around finals, holidays, and end of year deadlines.
At our next Winter Lights event, we’ll continue that conversation and dive into those joys and stresses that we encounter during the winter. Counseling staff will lead a discussion about stress relief, finding joy, and demonstrate a relaxation technique. After the discussion, we’ll have a chance for everyone to create their own scent-pot mixture to take home and enjoy. Of course, we’ll also have snacks, related library resources, and a video of a crackling fire to keep us cozy.
Everyone is invited, we hope you’ll join us!
Winter Lights: Managing Stress and Finding Joy
- Wednesday, December 11, 2019
- Noon to 1:00 pm
- O’Shaughnessy-Frey Library, room 102 (right inside the entrance)
Until then, enjoy some photos of last month’s event: