Hey Cougars,

Thanksgiving is the just around the corner! You got this!

We at the Office of First-Year Experience are thankful for YOU! Be safe and have a wonderful Thanksgiving Break!
Let's talk about networking. What resources do you have on campus? Find out below! Also, keep reading for healthy lifestyle tips for students. If you are tired of the eating the same food over and over again, try the cheap and easy recipes included below! 

As you network with others, remember this promise:
“And he who receiveth all things with a thankfulness shall be made glorious; and the things of this earth shall be added unto him, even an hundred fold, yea, more.” 
-D&C 78:19

Curious About Networking? 
Networking is an essential part of college. Your time at BYU will be a good chance to meet a wide variety of people with unique experiences and career paths. Here are some ways you can network at BYU:

+ Connect with Others
Take time to contact someone: a phone call, email, note, or social media are great ways to start.

+ Attend Events
Look for information sessions put on by your college or major. Get to know the people presenting.

+ LinkedIn
Create a LinkedIn account HERE and join BYU’s Alumni Network. Improve your LinkedIn profile and resume at events on campus or at University Career Services. 

+ BYU Connect
BYU Connect is a unique opportunity for students to meet and network with an alumni mentor in a friendly lunch-time setting. BYU Connect has a large database with BYU alumni pursuing similar fields of interest. Sign up HERE

Click HERE for networking ideas. 
Healthy Lifestyle
Follow BYU Dining Services' suggestions for a healthier life with E.A.T.

Eating a well-balanced diet, which includes a variety of foods from all food groups, is an important element of self-care. Pay attention to how different foods make you feel. Choosing nutrient-dense foods, such as whole grains or low-fat dairy, will give you the energy you need throughout the day.

More info HERE.

Exercise provides stress relief and improves physical health. Choose to be active in a variety of ways that you enjoy—walking, swimming, jogging, biking, or hiking. The best exercise is the one you will actually do!

More info HERE.

Take time for yourself to relax and calm your mind. Try meditation, yoga, breathing, journaling, listening to music, or talking with someone you feel close to.

More info HERE.
Cheap Meal Ideas
BYU's Financial Fitness Center's got you covered.

Here are some great ideas for easy meals that will help you save money while eating better!
Click the links below for more info:
Good and Cheap Meals
Quick and Easy Recipes
Eating Better on a Budget
TWO Magazine: Recipes for Dating
Shopping for Groceries

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