It's nearing exam season and for many it can be a nerve wracking time. As a student I've learnt some study tips over the years:
Tip one: Plan some sort of study timetable. Write it out or use an app. Its important to remember to plan lots of breaks. You don't need to stick firmly to the timetable it's more of an idea of what you'll do.
Tip two: Find new ways to study that work for you. Reading notes does work for some but adding extra things to do like making a mindmap, formula sheet or doing a past paper can also help to remember the information.
Tip three: Take breaks away from where you are studying regularly about every half hour depending on what suits you. Taking a walk outside or doing some other activity really helps to de-stress and gives yourself time to process the information.
Tip four: Figure out what times you study best at and plan to study then. This also goes the other way. If you know you're too tired at night then don't try to study then, it won't be productive.
Don't be too hard on yourself. Know you are doing what you can and if you're feeling under pressure it can really help to talk about it. ✨✨
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Robert Lee Frost was an American poet. Though he has been gone for more than half a century—he died on January 29, 1963—his poems remain timeless, inspiring everyone from John F. Kennedy to George R.R. Martin. Though most people know him for "The Road Not Taken," there's more to Frost than that—and according to him, we've all been interpreting that poem wrong anyway.
"The Road Not Taken" is often read at high school and college graduations as a reminder to forge new paths, but Frost never intended it to be taken so seriously—he wrote the poem as a private joke for his friend Edward Thomas. He and Thomas enjoyed taking walks together, and Thomas was constantly indecisive about which direction he wanted to go. When he finally did choose, he often regretted not choosing the other way.
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There are times, when I really feel demotivated and put off by things that aren't going my way.
What really catches my attention is the subtle envy that surges through me when people around me are doing well, better off and I can't seem to even have the energy to wake up in the morning. I don't know if it's a good thing, but I've realised I have no control over it. I do try to stop it when I bring my attention to it.
Do you also feel these emotions? Let me know. :)
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hello! a little introduction from me :) my name is esmé and i am 19 years old. i have made this account as an aid for anyone in recovery, trying to start or just has a lot of things going on in their life.
i will be posting positive things when you need little reminders when things are hard. and i’m working on some possible projects for the future of this! if anyone ever wants to talk about anything at all i am here for you and will try my best to help :) but please remember i am not a professional, i’m just sometime dealing with my own mental health issues ❤️ if anyone is really struggling i always recommend sealing help from a medical professional, but if you don’t know how to/ are scared to i’m happy to be there to give some advice! i hope everyone is having a good day ❤️ #mentalhealthawareness #recovery#recoveryquotes #mentalhealth#mentalhealthrecovery #lgbt#examstress #exams#lgbtadvice #queer#advice#selfcare#selflove