You might think that you can’t afford a holiday with a bank account drier than the Gobi Desert. But you'd be thinking wrong.
We’ve all had bad days at work. Maybe even a couple of bad weeks. It's to be expected. But if you can’t remember the last time you had a good day at work, then it might be time to think about moving on.
To be a successful student, you first need to build a few key study habits. Before you know it, they'll become part of your study routine and you won't remember the meaning of inefficient work!
Ah! Summer is almost over. Thank goodness you found time to do that mountain hike, catch up on all that term-time reading and finally get to grips with... Oh, who are we kidding?
If you’ve received a result that has disappointed you and has made you feel worse about yourself, chances are you are not alone.
People often assume that the way to check whether you’ve had a productive day is to see how many of your tasks you’ve actually completed.
You need motivation?
You’re staring at a blank screen unable to think of what to write and you are trying to stop your mind from getting easily distracted. Remember that writing is an art, not a science. We have all wrestled with writer’s block at one point in time and each victory is different.
Staying organised reduces stress, helping you get things done on time and produce better work. We all know how difficult it can be to balance a social life, grades and getting enough sleep. While achieving all three at once is (sometimes) impossible, being organised brings you a couple of steps closer.