Hey Everyone and welcome to this weeks Study Series. This week I will be sharing with you my top 10 tips for getting started on any academic task. Improve Your Study Environment. You do this by reducing noie, keeping the area tidy and if neccessary move location. (I often take myself out of the house… Continue reading Study Series: 10 Tips For Getting Started On Academic Tasks
Last week I shared with you my method for prioritising my tasks. You can read the post here if you missed it. This week I want to discuss the reasons why I plan and the benefits it holds not just personally but professionally. The main reason for planning any work is simple, to ensure it's the best… Continue reading Planner Productivity: The Benefits To Planning Your Work.
The Pomodoro Technique was developed by Francesco Cirillo in the late 1980’s. The technique is to use a timer to break down work/tasks into intervals. Each interval lasts 25 minutes which is then followed by a small 5 minute break. The interval is known as a Pomodoro which is Italian for tomato and represents segments.… Continue reading Time Management Techniques