Despite university being a great place to meet friends and grow as a person, it’s also a place to develop academically! Many of us tend to forget about class deliverables until it’s too late. To avoid that, here’s how you can be best prepared before, during, and after your first lectures.
Let’s just talk now about the annoying stuff, the nagging stuff, the “I put this 15-minute task off for three months” type of stuff. So here are some tips about things that might seem boring or complicated.
Stress is a normal reaction, and it doesn’t have to be scary if you know how to go about it. There are different methods to reduce stress, and some can be as easy as simply exercising, eating well and having a good sleep. But is it enough to conquer stress?
Like many students, in the past two years, I’ve struggled with procrastination. I work part time, while doing my Bachelor’s in management keeping up with hobbies such as pottery and do my best to keep in touch with friends and family. My schedule gets busy and, sometimes, I get distracted, or I’d rather be doing something else.