Our vision is to build a movement of healthy habits. One of the ways we do that is through education. During these free virtual workshops, our staff will share information, resources, and strategies for you to improve your wellbeing.

Each workshop will focus on one of the seven aspects of wellbeing: Health, Safety, Meaning, Connection, Growth, Achievement, and Resiliency.


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Self-Care Strategies to Build Resilience

2020 has presented unique challenges, requiring many of us to be more resilient than usual. Now, add finals season into the mix and we could all use a reminder to breathe. This 45-minute workshop will introduce you to ways you can build resiliency skills like mindfulness and gratitude practice, self-check-ins, and compassion to use during stressful times and your day-to-day.

In this workshop, you will learn about:

  • stress and its effects on the body
  • what resilience is and why it is a learned skillset
  • concrete ways to build a sense of resilience in challenging times
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A REMinder on the Importance of Sleep

Presented in partnership with University Health Services
As we all know, sleep is essential to physical, mental, and emotional wellbeing. Are you implementing and practicing good sleep habits? Do you need direction on where to start in your sleep journey? In this workshop, we’ll introduce you to sleep tips and techniques and REMind you of all the benefits that a good night’s sleep has to offer.

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How to Save for a Sunny Day

Do finances stress you out? Are your financial worries starting to affect other areas of your life? In this 45-minute workshop, our partners in the Office of Financial Aid will share money-saving tips to get you started on your financial wellbeing journey. Join us to learn more about saving, investing, and the connection between money and health.

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Tips & Tricks for At-Home Cooking

With outdoor patio season coming to a close, this workshop will give you tips and tricks for how to successfully make restaurant-level nutritious and delicious meals at home. The best part? The Dietetics and Nutrition Club will be performing a live cooking demonstration and you can pick up a curated meal kit before the workshop to follow along.

At the end of the workshop, you will:

  • have new food prep skills
  • know what to look for in the grocery store
  • and understand the best ingredients for making a nutritious meal
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How to be an Active Badger

Being an Active Badger is about more than being physically active. It’s about taking action to show up for ourselves, our community, and our world. This workshop will provide you with ways to get involved in the UW-Madison community while also taking care of your physical and mental health.

In this workshop, you will learn about:

  • ways to connect with other Badgers during this time
  • how to exercise your right to vote
  • strategies to protect the health of you and the community
  • how to be an activist and ally
  • resources to help you recharge
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Stocking your Pantry During a Pandemic

Food access on and off campus has changed since the spring. In this workshop, we’ll cover what you need to know about fueling your body this fall, including: ways that the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted food security, what’s changed at your favorite food sources on and off campus, strategies and guidelines for grocery shopping, and ways that you can find support to access the food you need. University Housing’s Dietitian Agnes Sherman, RD will be joining to share how they’ve prepared for the fall.

In this workshop, you will learn about:

  • how to stock your pantry with staple foods
  • recipes that make the most of your budget
  • community resources to support access to food 


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