Answered By: Shawna Burtis
Last Updated: Apr 30, 2021     Views: 174

"My experience as a Walden student has been—in a word—enriching. I have learned so much about social change, culture, systemic racism, leadership…the list goes on. I love being a student. However, the trouble is that I’m not just a student...

More than once, doing too much has caused me to burnout: lethargy, avoiding work... and sometimes anger that gets unintentionally directed at my loved ones are all warning signs that I’ve over-extended myself."

Peer Mentor Shannon Gentry shares her experience and advice for avoiding burnout in this blog post on the Savvy Student Blog

Tips for Avoiding Burnout Blog

Tips for Avoiding Burnout (Blog)

For more resources:

  • Visit the Peer Advice for Students for more resources created by Walden students for Walden students!
  • Visit the Peer Mentors website to learn more about the Peer Mentor Programs.

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