School is back in session, with hours focusing on classroom instruction--quite a change from the summer freedom to be outside and participate in many kinds of physical activities. The neighborhood pool is quiet without the sounds of splashing water and squealing laughter, and I no longer hear the strong young voices of kids playing soccer, baseball or basketball in the parks. That energy and joy is so important in their personal development, physical health as well as buildin
Some people call it procrastination, but most will call it life; either way, every student has experienced the frantic feeling of falling behind. Whether it’s a new demanding job or a hefty school schedule, whatever the reason there are a few things you can do to get back on track and catch up on your studies. Stress-free is the way to be Have you ever been so overwhelmed by the amount of work you have to get done, that you elect to lie in bed and dwell on how tiresome and di
You don’t need ONE study space.
A well-stocked desk in a quiet place at home is key, but sometimes you need variety. Coffee shops, libraries, parks, or even just moving to the kitchen table will give you a change of scenery which can prompt your brain to retain information better.
Track more than homework in your school planner.
Keeping a calendar helps you plan ahead—but you’ve got more going on than just homework assignments! Make sure you’re marking your extracurricular