The future is as unknowable as it's always been, yet may seem more uncertain than even before. This week we continue developing our understanding of how psychological science can support us at this very moment and moving forward, while we also review and synthesize experiences and learning from throughout the term. In this module, you will:
During week 7/Class 2 (minute 55:00-1:11), Kate shared tips for building your own "X Day." Review this section of the lecture to recall the instructions.
1. How long would your "X day" be? When could you schedule it in for? If you've already tried it, when did it occur?
2. What things would you not do on your "X day?" What sorts of activities would you plan to do on your "X day" to rest and recharge yourself?
3. Do you have concerns about embarking on your "X day?" If you already tried it -- how did it go? What did you notice? Would you do something different next time?
4. Of the PRACTICE + REFLECT activities shared during the term -- which were your favorite, in general? Least favorite, in general?
This term we covered a number of different ways you can cope with the pandemic. It is important to have useful behaviors in place to make sure we do well over the weeks and months ahead. The most important behaviors are your health behaviors - Sleep, Eating, Drinking, Physical Activity.
At the start of this term we asked you to change a behavior. This final DISCOVER helps you integrate many aspects of the course and gives you a pragmatic way forward to Punch Covid19.