Procrastination is a great drama for every student, an enemy that is always lurking. This is also the case for me, in times of stress, exams
Within the six months in which I study, I have had regular experience with procrastination. Suddenly there is so much freedom and you have almost no obligations that I occasionally spend my time on things other than school. In the
My most important tip is to plan! I prefer to make
Time management! Focusing for a long time makes your brain less active. After hours of reading, you memrize less and less. This of course does not motivate you, so I make sure that on my schedule I don’t have to read a book for 4 hours. On the other hand, I ensure that the tasks are subdivided into 25 minutes. Then, for example, I start reading for 25 minutes, then I have a
Make studying a routine for yourself. It is very nice for me to study for a few hours every day. Although my schedule is different every day of the week, I really enjoy learning 2 hours each evening after dinner for a test or writing an essay. In addition, if I have no lecture in the afternoon, I can also do something in the afternoon. It gives a lot of peace to have a routine. Start developing your routine by getting up at the same time every day!
I hope these tips work out great for you! These tips help me to beat procrastination & I hope they help you too! If you have any further question, need some help or want to give some advise, leave a comment down below!
My name is Julia and I am a freshman journalism student at the University of Utrecht. On this blog, you can read about everything in my life, mainly about my reading and studying adventures. Have fun!
The world is indeed full of peril, and in it there are many dark places; but still there is much that is fair, and though in all lands love is now mingled with grief, it grows perhaps the greater.”