4 Tips to Achieve Study-Life Balance

7. 11. 2023 | Student Life

4 Tips to Achieve Study-Life BalanceHow to achieve study-life balance? It doesn’t seem to be easy at all. There are a lot of things to do. On the one hand, there is homework, studying, exam preparation, and maybe you have a part-time job as well. On the other hand, you have a life to live. Life is not only about studying. This doesn’t mean that partying every night and attending lectures and seminars in zombie mode is the best idea. The key is to set your priorities and make good choices. The result of a well-set balance between your school-related duties and your personal life should be happiness. Let’s have a look at some tips on effective habits during studying.

#1 Get enough sleep

To be productive, it goes without saying that it’s important to get plenty of sleep. After being well reposed, your mind can absorb new pieces of information, you think more clearly, and you stay focused on your tasks for a longer time. Every single person needs a different amount of sleep. Some people like having a short power nap during the day. It can be a good way to recharge one’s batteries.

# 2 Find the time when you are at your productivity peak

Some people are night owls. This means they are more productive late in the afternoon, in the evening, and at night. On the contrary, some people are early birds. They are more productive in the morning hours. It’s important to know yourself and to figure out what works for you. If you are a night owl, complete tedious tasks that require routine in the morning. Focus on the more creative tasks later in the day. If you are more of an early bird, do the opposite. Work on your creative tasks in the morning when you are at your productivity peak, and do the rest later.

# 3 Do things you enjoy

Studying is hard work. You have to learn a lot, there is a lot of writing to be done, you have to remember facts, you need to find some time to practice what you’ve learned, and maybe you have an internship. No matter how much you love the field of study you have chosen, you need to rest to think about other things as well. No matter how hard the school you’re studying is, try to find a hobby. Some students prefer sports activities, whereas some like playing musical instruments. Maybe you can join a chess club or take up painting. To put it in a nutshell: Do all the necessary homework, but do fun things too.

# 4 Stay in touch with people

Don’t forget to meet people. REAL people. Real life doesn’t equal social media. It’s very easy and convenient to text your friends and touch base via chat. But remember to see your friends in person when it’s possible. Don’t be isolated. Human interaction is important. Hanging out with people you like is beneficial in many aspects. It’s good for your health, it makes you happy, you have a shoulder to cry on, and you have someone to share your joy with.

Being a student brings a lot of challenges. Remember to enjoy every step you take towards your goal. Happy studying!


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