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Five Ways to Stay Motivated Whilst Studying from Home

Studying from home can be a challenge due to the amount of distractions that you could face. Here are 5 great ways to stay motivated and to not lose focus!


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1. Break down your big tasks into small­er ones!

Begin by putting pen to paper. Write down all of the tasks that you need to accom­plish in your future. A bril­liant tool to do this is by using trel​lo​.com (The free ver­sion) or the use of post-it notes.

Your goals need to be as pre­cise as pos­si­ble and always make sure you cel­e­brate the lit­tle wins.


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2. Turn the neg­a­tives into positives! 

You’re not stuck at home, you’re safe at home”.

Neg­a­tiv­i­ty can breed neg­a­tiv­i­ty. But pos­i­tiv­i­ty can also breed pos­i­tiv­i­ty. Dur­ing the cur­rent cli­mate, mak­ing sure you’re keep­ing pos­i­tive and healthy is very impor­tant. Appre­ci­ate the extra time with your fam­i­lies, join in in cel­e­brat­ing how amaz­ing the NHS is, send some­one a nice message!

Check out our Five Ways to Improve Your Men­tal Health Dur­ing Iso­la­tion’.


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3. Break up your day!

Although you’re expect­ed to put a good amount of time into study­ing at home, it is impor­tant to make sure you’re break­ing up your day and not try­ing to con­cen­trate for too many hours at a time.

Make sure you’re con­tribut­ing to a cre­ative hob­by every day and/​or work­ing out.

Find out Five Ways to Stay Fit Dur­ing Iso­la­tion’.


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4. Con­sume pos­i­tive content!

Do you feel like you’re stuck to your phone out of bore­dom? Check­ing on your Face­book and Insta­gram every 15 min­utes?
Make sure you’re fol­low­ing pos­i­tive and influ­en­tial peo­ple. If you find your­self fol­low­ing peo­ple that don’t make you feel good – make the deci­sion to unfol­low them. It can be very dam­ag­ing putting your­self in front of con­tent reg­u­lar­ly that isn’t mak­ing a pos­i­tive impact on your life. 


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5. Cel­e­brate what you man­age to achieve!

In times like this it’s impor­tant to acknowl­edge when stick­ing to your rou­tine, achiev­ing study goals or even work­ing out a num­ber of times that week.


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