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Dealing with COVID-19-Related Anxiety as a Student

COVID-19 has caused uncertainty, strife, and plenty of anxiety for millions of people from all walks of life around the world. 
With much of the future feeling unpredictable, it is no surprise that anxiety levels as well as mood disorders have skyrocketed among almost all age groups, including college students. 
If you are a student who is struggling with COVID-19-related anxiety, here are a few tips, exercises, and treatments that may help you get the relief you need to maintain a semblance of a sense of normalcy in your everyday life.


What exactly is procrastination? According to the English Dictionary I found on Play Store, its ” the act of postponing, delaying or putting off, especially habitually or intentionally“. There’s a fine line between these two. When you have a habit, most times you’re not even aware of it. When procrastination is a habit, it becomes a part of you, sometimes you don’t even know when you’re doing it. How many “I can do it later’s’’…


Money. It’s very easy to spend, not so easy to save. Sometimes when you think you have it, it just disappears right in front of you. So how can you save the money you have/earn? Prioritize: ‘’As soon as I get my paycheck/allowance, I lose it because so many needs pop-up just at that moment”. This probably happens to every one of us. How to avoid this? Make a table comparing your wants and needs,…