Below are a range of our Tools, Guides and Support

These have been written by young people, sector experts and youth workers to support you to
figure out whatever you need to figure out.

You will find Guides to help yourself stay motivated and mindful, Tools to help you refine your
skills, and support from professional youth workers to help you talk through whatever you need
to talk through.

Life after Lockdown

After 12 months of lockdowns, quarantines and isolation, there is finally a light at the end of the tunnel with June 21st listed as the sacred day when lockdowns lift, and you can be within 6ft of another person! But after a whole year of adjustment to limited social contact, studying and working from home and baking lots and lots of banana bread, what comes next? We’ve put together some things to keep in mind for when life returns to the ‘old normal’…

  • Take your time
  • Reflection is key
  • Say Yes!
  • Reconnect!

How to procrastinate less

And get on with something more useful and productive!

Dealing with Job Rejection

How do we overcome the self-doubt that comes with rejection?

Keeping Creative

Pursuing a career in a creative industry is a tough barrier to break.

How to be Happier at Work

It really helps when our job doesn’t encroach upon on our wellbeing, right?

What is Imposter Syndrome?

Many of us battle with that little voice in the back of our head.

Should you ever take a pay cut for a role you love?

What to consider…

3 Ways To Boost Your Confidence

Once in a while we all need a confidence booster.

How to spot the symptoms of poor mental health at work or Uni

Every year on October 10, World Mental Health Day takes place to raise awareness about psychological wellbeing. We observe a day like this to discuss ideas that are otherwise overlooked in a fast-paced media landscape where the idea of mental health is still, quite often, taboo.

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