Your final year of university is the year you need to get your head down and work your butt off. It will no doubt be exhausting, stressful and maybe even a little bit emotional. We have some top tips to help you make it through as stress-free as possible.
– Organise Yourself
Don’t just organise your studying timetable. Organisation for stress-free living needs to be much more than that.
* An easily accessible calendar will be the key to your organisation success. Put EVERYTHING on it. Any plans you have, doctors appointments, food shopping, socialising, workouts, and even meal times.
This way you can see where your studying fits in and prioritise what is important.
– Healthy Eating
Yes, we know, it may sound boring especially when all you want is to pick up a dirty burger or get something delivered directly to your door BUT eat rubbish, feel rubbish.
Junk food makes us feel sluggish and tired and healthy foods make us feel good and make our bodies function to the best of their abilities.
It’s a no-brainer.
Water, water, water!
Of course, you are going to drink other things other than water and you will probably have alcohol when you socialise. Socialising is good for you so don’t think you can’t join your pals for a couple of beers. It will more than likely be a welcome break from studying.
When you aren’t socialising in that type of environment though, drink water. It has ALL the benefits you need in life.
1. Increases energy and relieves fatigue.
2. Natural headache remedy.
3. Flushes out toxins.
4. Boosts immune system.
5. Aids digestion.
6. Improves complexion.
You can’t study for hours on end and practice your best work without study breaks.
Take half an hour to get a bite to eat and a cuppa or take a day trip. Any type of break will mean you can come back to it with fresh eyes and possibly a little more concentration and enthusiasm than before.
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