Posts Tagged ‘Take Breaks’

20 Memorization Techniques for College Students

While one of Dorothy Parker’s poems famously states, “Women and elephants never forget,” when midterms and finals sneak up, women and men alike panic and go into cram-session mode. However, college days and post-grad life need not suffer memory lapse. The following memorization techniques for college students offer a variety of ways to help you ...

Why Daydreaming Can Lead to Productivity

I know what you’re thinking: daydreaming is one of the most unproductive activities that you can do. (I know, I get it.) But hear me out. Daydreaming can lead you to be the most productive you’ve been this month. Here’s how. Related: Don’t Be Obsessed with Productivity Sense of Self Daydreaming can make you think long and ...

5 Stress Management Techniques That Work

College is stressful. There’s no way to sugarcoat it. Mix in working, financial woes (the thought of being in debt is stressful), and trying to balance your social life with everything else, and it’s easy to understand why there are so many stressed out students walking the halls of colleges all around the world. We ...

Productivity 101: How to Get Through Your To-Do List

You’re a few weeks into the semester and it’s time to really learn how to buckle down and get things done. If you thought you had a lot of work the first week, just wait until your teachers start adding last-minute assignments to the syllabus. Here are a few easy ways to make your day ...

Why You Shouldn’t Study for 12 Hours Straight

We all do it: the all-nighters, the one-day cram sessions, the 12-hour rush to complete 7 days worth of work for all of your classes. There are so many different methods for studying and completing assignments, and many of them work, at least for the short term. However, if you want to remember anything from ...

When (And How) To Take Breaks

Doing stuff is an important part of college- whatever it is, class, parties, or work- doing it is how it gets done. That’s obvious.  But taking breaks and strategic rests are equally important to keep you going. To make sure you maximize your doings, it’s important to know when to stop, what to stop, and ...