How to Use Breaks to Be More Productive #Infographic #Career #HowTo

How to Use Breaks to Be More Productive #Infographic

Taking a break is important, but did you know it can also be productive? Learn how to master this skill using our handy infographic.

Easing into a new semester is always tough. While a fresh start is nice, like, in theory, coming back to school almost always just serves as a reminder that you’ve managed to forget literally everything you learned the last time you were in school. It doesn’t matter if you’ve been gone for a month, a week, or even just a weekend–getting yourself back in shape for school will never not be the absolute worst thing in the world.

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emmastudy: “ currently cramming for my geography hazards test this Thursday! hopefully it won’t be too difficult :“) ”

currently cramming for my geography hazards test this Thursday! hopefully it won’t be too difficult :“)

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I may have been doing a Gilmore Girls study break when I found this one.

Printables are the perfect way to stay organised without breaking the bank. I love making and using them myself, and so I hope you find them useful for studying, your day-to-day life or even both....

Free Printables!

theorganisedstudent: “hey everyone! I’ve decided to put together some free printables which you might find useful for your studies. I’ve made a daily planner for in depth, day to day planning and a.

studypetals: 3.25.16+12:06pm // 23/100 days of productivity // last night i started a list of stuff to do on your study breaks whether you’re by yourself, in groups, locked up in a room with no phone, etc. remember: the best breaks are short but effective! best of luck!song of the day: “chelsea dagger” - the fratellis

studypetals: // days of productivity // last night i started a list of stuff to do on your study breaks whether you’re by yourself, in groups, locked up in a room with no phone, etc. remember: the best breaks are short but.

Some of us are organisational freaks, good with knowing what we have due and when, while some of us are more go with the flow people,  attack the work when the d

Some of us are organisational freaks, good with knowing what we have due and when, while some of us are more go with the flow people, attack the work when the d

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