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My advice for supporting your black LGBTI+ friends This writer talks about their friend's experience coming out, and building up their self-confidence and self-esteem

My advice for staying motivated while working from home Laurie has some helpful tips for making the most of your time at home

Why we should reduce our online shopping habits Have you been online shopping more since the lockdown? Laurie has some things you should consider

Why it's important to talk about invisible disabilities Caitlin talks about living with an undiagnosed underactive thyroid and the impact it had on her mental health

What I've learned from dropping out of school Cliodhna talks about different ways to get into college and making sure to look after yourself

What I've learned about grief Chloe talks about the grieving process and how it's different for everyone

How to support a friend who is grieving Chloe offers some practical steps you can take to support your grieving friends

How Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) has helped me Clara talks about being in touch with your emotions and knowing what values are important in to you

Why we created Dyslex.ie to help with Dyslexia Kevin and his team in DCU created Dsylex.ie, a programme to help people with their reading speeds and comprehension

Why it's important to live in a way that makes you happy SpunOut.ie volunteer Clara looks at why she does certain things in her life and who she's doing them for

How online learning can help boost your CV Kate talks about the benefits of online learning and recommends some e-learning platforms that everyone can use

Resources that have helped me learn about racism With the death of George Floyd and the Black Lives Matter protests, it's important we all learn more about ending racism