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The SpunOut.ie Survival Guide aims to help you navigate the difficult challenges in life, whether at home, in school, at college or in work. The book contains information on dealing with lots of different issues including; mental health problems, exam stress, finding a job, sexual health, alcohol & drugs, healthy living, bullying and much more.
The book was written by Marie Duffy and Tricia Purcell, both staff writers at SpunOut.ie, and was produced in partnership with a group of our young volunteer writers.
You can get the book for free today in Paperback, PDF or digital download for Kindle, iPad, Android and more.
SpunOut.ie has a range of information flyers and posters that relate to a variety of different health and life topics. Place your order by clicking on the 'order resources' button below and filling in your details. It may take up to 2 weeks for you to receive your order from the date of ordering. Apologies for any inconvenience this may cause.
SpunOut.ie produces resources for a number of campaigns throughout the year. If you would like to be added to our information partner database please click the button below and fill in your details.
An important part of SpunOut.ie’s work is being able to get out to engage with young people where they are. If you want to book a speaker or an information stand for an event, you can send us a request here
MiYo, short for “Mind Yourself”, allows you to track your wellbeing in a number of different areas to help you kick-start a healthy routine.
The MiYo app is a self-reflective journal where you can log the things you have done each day which are crucial to our physical and mental well-being. Users log their activity across the following categories: healthy eating, sleep quality, physical activity, talking to friends & family, learning, and socialising/hobbies.
MiYo began at a hackathon held in Facebook’s EMEA HQ in Dublin back in October. Over 40 young developers came together to come up with an idea for making an app which our readers could use to be proactive about their mental health. The funding secured by NOSP allowed us to spend the last five months building the app with the developers. We’re incredibly grateful to Facebook and the National Office for Suicide Prevention for their support in making this idea a reality.
MiYo is free and available to download now for iOS and Android devices.