New year, new routine for Study. Read. Write.
I’ll include Study Tips, Life Hacks and Story Prompts from now on on a more or less regular basis.
For a lot of students, school, college, university/grad school is starting back up next week and as a student myself I do find I need a few more tips on staying focused and organised.
And a few life hacks that will help throughout college (and dorm life) and beyond can’t hurt.
Some of the tips and hacks will be written by myself, others I will share with you from sites such as Pinterest (or wherever else I found them), with back-links to the originals (much like reblogs).
My random ramblings, reviews, updates and coffee breaks will continue. Not to worry. I just thought that a few tricks on how to survive college, prompts to inspire creative writing and a few good-to-know titbits of information would make a blog called “Study. Read. Write.” a bit more relevant.
Are you still looking for something you can give to a Student this Christmas? What do these college and grad school kids need these days? What would really come in handy?
Here’s a list of 10 Christmas presents a student will love!
Continue reading 10 Christmas gift ideas for Students
Actor Sir Ian McKellen, known the world over as Gandalf in Peter Jackson’s The Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit movies, had something to say to students at Chew Valley School who don’t want to study for their exams.
Continue reading Sir Ian McKellen’s Epic Advice to Students
Maybe it’s because I’m German (because we, as a nation, LIKE organisation and punctuality, having schedules we can follow and To Do lists we can tick items off of), maybe it’s just the way I am as an individual, but I do like to be organised.
I’m used to schedules and deadlines, and even though I do enjoy days of doing nothing, I always go to bed feeling guilty because of all the things I didn’t get done.
So here’s a glimpse at my current weekly schedule:
Continue reading Organising my week: Work, Study, Creativity