We all have different ways how to take amazing notes, how to write A++ essay or how to study effectively. But studying may be also influenced by our learning styles and how we use them in our studying process.
As a decent student (haha), I read a lot of “back to university” posts and how to actually prepare myself for a new semester. And thanks to these types of post I find out how prepared I am (or mostly I am not).
So, today just a short post on how I (don’t) prepare myself for a new semester.
We have so many opportunities like travelling abroad and discovering new places, student discounts (these are the best), free entries, meeting new people, gaining new pieces of knowledge and the list goes on.
I bet we all know what procrastination is because we experienced (or will experience) this moment of ‘doing nothing and postponing all important things on another time’ at least once in our life. I also bet that we all regretted (or will regret) this moment. And I think that’s fine but I want to tell you a news: You don’t have to.
I have heard a lot of amazing things about bullet journaling and its effect. I was amazed by this method and I saw it as a solution for my time management. Without further ado, I was convinced to start my own journal.