As students we tend to dwell on the negatives due to stress, however there are a lot of positive things that happen in our lives that tend to get overshadowed.
Speaking about positivity can help bring a change to our perspectives and how we view different elements of our day-to-day life.
“Got to see family for the first time in a whole year because of Covid-19.”Anna Svensson-Stoltz – professional and creative writing
“My son’s teacher got married and she had had her wedding postponed numerous times because of Covid-19, so it was nice to see all of the pictures come through on WhatsApp and it looked really lovely.”Amy Sterling – masters psychology
“The best news that I can think of this week was that my daughter came home with a headmistress award. She had been doing well in times tables practice and was really happy and chuffed with herself.”Emily Watson – masters psychology
“I think it would be that the place in the market that sells brownies gives me a discount because I work in Kingston.”Sophie Hughes- photography
“I’ve been through a lot of struggles in life but never given up on the great things in life. Now I’m at Kingston University studying aerospace engineering and I am involved in multiple businesses and starting my own charity.”Tosan Eyide – aerospace engineering
My sister is getting married and we have finally set a date.”Tanya Ali – pharmacy
“I was accepted into a new job today.”Jude Squirell – psychology
“On Sunday I showed my second collection at Leicester Fashion Week and started specialism.”Antonia Thompson – fine art foundation
“A lot of positive things have come from Covid-19. A lot of people have become closer to God and religion. Also, people have started weight loss journeys from home.”Hannah Haastrup – biomedical science
“My sister was there for me the other day when I needed some emotional support.”Ashley Stefano – fine art foundation
“Life in general.”Ismail Farah – pharmacology
“The fact that I am breathing right now.”Dinesh Jeebun – biomedical sciences