Spend some time today relaxing, reflecting and restoring your senses on campus. Periodic breaks will help you work smarter, not harder. Various groups will be out and about on campus to support you in taking time out for you.
To Hi (meditation) Garden
When: April 18, 4:00pm
Where: the corner of Wingate and Faculty Drives
Take a break from the constant stresses of college work and life. Meet at the To Hi garden to learn about the diverse growth of native plants in this little campus Shangri-La. Experts will be on hand to discuss the importance of native plants and foods in First Peoples cultural traditions.
Take a Time Out and enjoy the many opportunities right here on campus
When: All Day
Where: on campus
Experience throwing the Frisbee on the quad; visit the Museum of Anthropology, Reynolda House, Hanes Gallery, or StArt Gallery; get your hands dirty working outside in the Campus Garden; take a walk through running trails or down the path to Reynolda Village.
Action: Take a break. Working 24/7 is not a sustainable pathway. Enjoy some time with friends, check in with a family member, get outside, visit a campus museum or gallery, meditate, or engage in a religious or spiritual ritual. With your senses restored, you will be able to work smarter, not harder.