Hey folks!! Today, I thought I'd blog about my evening study routine, since, y'know, school's in full swing, as per usual. So here goes!!
When I get home, I usually go on my phone for a few minutes, check and respond to emails, texts, snapchats, and all that stuff for the night. Five or ten minutes is enough, and then I'm (hopefully) off for the rest of the night.
After, I'll get settled in, make myself a cup of tea, get my planner out and see everything that I have to get done. Recently, I've also loved watching a youtube video on school/life tips or inspiration before I start on work, cause it just gets me in the mood, y'know?
A tip I've found recently (that I have been using) about planning is to only write down what you know you're going to get done that night. That way everything you write down, you know for sure that you have to get it done. Doesn't leave any room for slacking, which is good :)
Then, I'll fire up a Spotify playlist, or just play whatever I was last playing. I can do a separate post on music to listen to for various activities if you want, just comment down below if that's something you'd be interested in seeing :)
And finally, I start on the work. I'll finish as much as I can, occasionally taking breaks, no more than five or so minutes, just to get my mind off things.
Another thing I find is helpful, is if you have a place you can stand and work. I have started to this more, since we have an island that is much taller than the rest. So I stand there and do my homework, that way I'm not sitting around, which I like much better. It also allows for better jam out sessions during homework :P
Once I'm finally finished, it's usually pretty late, so I'll do some chores to get ahead for the next day. Then, I go upstairs and get ready for bed...and then I go to bed! (I'm not going to outline everything since this is a study routine, not a night time one, haha.)
ANYWAYS. That's it from me! What do you like to do in the evening? What are your study tips? Let me know in the comments below!! I would love to know any that you have, it would seriously help me out :)
Till next time!