With the government guidelines telling us all to stay at home for the foreseeable future and to socially distance ourselves as much as possible, it’s important we look at ways to manage our mental wellbeing going forward as many of our regular social activities are not currently available to us.
Welcome to the first in a series of simple tasty recipes which have been whipped up and presented to you by your chef lecturing colleagues here at the College. First up is Mandy Fraser with her Sweet and Sour Tofu recipe...
Health and wellbeing have never been so important. While we’re all stuck at home and the amount of screen time creeps up for both work and personal use, it makes complete sense that we learn how to use our technology to improve our mental wellbeing as much as possible.
With the current circumstances we are all facing, it has never been more important to stay physically active. Exercising has many benefits, from improving your mood and wellbeing to burning energy and helping you get a better night's sleep. And if like most people, you are finding it hard to stay away from your quarantine snacks, exercising will help burn off some of those additional calories too. So, with that in mind, we have listed below some useful online resources to help you exercise during this quarantine period...
Wait, what… you’re telling me that there’s technology that can convert text into speech… and that means you could actually be listening to what I am writing right now!
Kids grow up so fast these days! So the ideal way to keep up with striving teenagers is encourage them to think about taking advantage of studying at Forth Valley College while still at high school.
Budding entrepreneurs among Forth Valley College’s students are being urged to get their dreams of owning their own company on track, at an informative Business Start-Up Awareness Seminar at the Alloa Campus on Tuesday 6 February (4-6pm).
With our open evenings fast approaching, our latest blog offers some some reasons you might want to pop along.