Time to evict that mental squatter! Take back control of your study zone.
It takes some adjusting to the ‘new normal’. If you’re not careful, your days can become structureless. It’s easy to drift and even easier to get distracted. We take some of the best ideas from positive psychology and apply them to the home studying environment. The aim is to supercharge your productivity so you work less but achieve more.
While studying from home has its perks (logging on from ANYWHERE), it also has its abundance of distractions; virtual coursework meetings, notifications popping up from every corner of the screen, dog walks, appointments, Amazon deliveries, admin, remembering to have lunch… and it can all become one big, unwieldy mess.
The lines between uni and home life have blurred in new and unusual ways. The struggle to maintain healthy boundaries is very real. I mean, how do you leave uni ‘at the door’ when you haven’t even left your room, never mind your house?
Chances are, you’re trying to cram many more things into far less time, and study time is spilling ever more into your time. There IS another way.
‘Studying from Home’ is an energising, online guide to being the best you, remotely. This session offers an array of hints and tips to help develop a structure that works for you. All simple, all do-able and all stick-at-able!
Home and uni might well be one and the same for now, but they don’t have to merge completely. From morning routine to the close of your day, we’ll show you how to compartmentalise the chaos and say ‘hello’ to some well-deserved calm.
Basically, once you become a ninja of productivity, you can rip through your to-do list and reclaim your living space for what it should be; home sweet home.