This month, our charity committee at Give A Grad A Go took part in Shelter’s latest challenge ‘HomeRun’. This vi
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It’s hard to stay positive in times like these, with so much uncertainty around COVID-19 and whilst self isolating is incredibly important, being cooped up can be a real dampener on your mood.
Although it might not seem like it, today is International Day of Happiness. Give A Grad A Go want to ease up the mental toll of working from home by launching an online competition for money and giving away £100 for you to spend on anything that makes you, a flatmate, friend, or family member happy!
Whether it be baking supplies or other new-hobby essentials, or some extra cozy lounge wear for your sofa-desk, we hope you find a little bit of joy to brighten up your week!
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Like our competition Instagram or Facebook post and tag a friend in the comments
Multiple entries are allowed, the more friends you tag the more entries you gain!
Extra entry for sharing our post on your story!
This isn’t the first time we’ve run cash prize competitions for students or online competitions for students with prizes! Check back to our Student Competitions UK hub, to find more student deals and student giveaways, as well as other ways you can win prizes online and enter competitions for university students!
How to work from home: The benefits of working remotely
Feeling down about working from home? Check out our blog on all the benefits of working from home. With the average commute being just about an hour, you’ve got two extra hours a day to yourself! Find out ways you can spend this time and make the most of working from home in the blog.
You may be working from home, but good mental health should still be a top priority for employers and employees. Staying motivated is hard, and feeling like you’re making progress in your career while working from home can be even more difficult. Check out these blogs about how to manage mental health in the work place, and have a think about how you can implement these strategies to your own home. Or if you’re an employer, think about how to support your staff remotely!
How to stop procrastinating
Finding yourself unable to stay concentrated and motivated at work? Working from home complicates this challenge even more! Without your colleagues next to you to help you remained focused and motivated, it can seem almost impossible to get the work done that you need to! Check out our ultimate guide to finding out the best way to stop procrastinating while working from home.
Want more online student competitions? Remember to check out our Student Competitions hub!