Bell Let's Talk is Thursday, January 28 and we're joining in to help drive progress in mental health. Nearly 200 universities and colleges from across Canada will be participating in the world's largest mental health conversation and helping drive Bell's donations to mental health programs in Canada. We've compiled some library resources and activities for you to explore, and don't forget to check out 2021 Bell Let's Talk webpage for more resources.
Bell Let's Talk Day bingo: wellness edition
Take some time to do these wellness bingo ideas. Can you fill a line or the whole card?
Check out these library resources on mental health and wellness:
- Hasson, Gill. The Self-Care Handbook. 1st ed. Capstone, 2020.
- Segar, Michelle. No Sweat: How the Simple Science of Motivation Can Bring You a Lifetime of Fitness. Nashville: AMACOM, 2015.
- Singh, Ehrensaft. The Queer and Transgender Resilience Workbook: Skills for Navigating Sexual Orientation and Gender Expression. Oakland: New Harbinger Publications, 2018.
Take a break and do an online puzzle. Puzzling reduces stress by occupying and engaging the mind to create a sense of calm and serenity (SPBH.org, 2017). As a puzzle is pieced together, external worries and stress decreases as the mind focuses on an activity that is both meditative and satisfying. (
Colouring pages are a great way to de-stress and relax! Download these colouring pages for your enjoyment and be sure to check out the mandala colouring page on the Bell Let's Talk website.