Let’s face it, Weber State University students aren’t notorious for being social butterflies. We’re busy. We trudge from class to class, trying to keep up with this fast-paced world the best we can. We may often feel we don’t have time for others or even for ourselves. Heck, stopping to smell the roses is a feat sometimes.

Whether it’s visiting the Weber geese or catching an Ogden sunset, these little moments are actually capable of easing the stress of school, work and everything else we have going on in our chaotic lives. Taking a few minutes out of each day to do the little things allows for happiness. In a less anxious mindset, our schedules become far more manageable.

Do yourself a favor and go somewhere you like to go, do something you enjoy doing, say hi to a stranger and breathe.

 

(Emily Crooks/ The Signpost)
The Weber geese play follow the leader. (Emily Crooks/ The Signpost)
(Emily Crooks/ The Signpost)
A broken winged butterfly is rescued from a busy street. (Emily Crooks/ The Signpost)
(Emily Crooks/ The Signpost)
The Kimball Arts Building has plenty of natural lighting and plants. (Emily Crooks/ The Signpost)
(Emily Crooks/ The Signpost)
The Weber duck pond is a quiet, peaceful place to visit. (Emily Crooks/ The Signpost)
(Emily Crooks/ The Signpost)
The sun sets at Weber State University. (Emily Crooks/ The Signpost)
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