I know it can be really hard to stay productive, when you are staying at home all day and that is why I think it is so important to have a solid morning routine that you can rely on. It is the key in staying on top of all the things you have to do, because life goes on and school also goes on.

It took me a while to perfect this morning routine but I think this morning routine has really helped me to stay productive and set the tone for the rest of the day and to stay my day the right way.

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Hey guys,

A while ago, I wrote an article with my top 6 motivational videos on YouTube. They are some of the videos I watch to get into that amazing motivational mood to get studying. If you haven’t read it, you can do so by clicking here.

In this article, I want to share a video I came across on YouTube that I find super motivating to watch. It is funny and well put together. It’s a compilation of clips from Gilmore Girls, and more specifically clips about Rory Gilmore’s attitude towards her studies. I absolutely love to watch it when I feel unmotivated and I hope it helps you too!

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HOW DO YOU TAKE CARE OF YOURSELF – PHYSICAL AND MENTAL HEALTH – WHILE STUDYING HARD? 

Your health is one of the few things you should prioritize over your academic life. Your health affects your academic career: if you are in good health, you’ll do better in school than if you aren’t. As I felt that this was a personal question to me I am going to tell you how I personally take care of my health. 

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Hi, I am a female Engineering student currently at A level and I thought I might share with you some experiences I’ve had and some studying tips I’ve learnt up to now.

Just a little about myself. I am currently studying A level Maths, A level Product Design and an Extended Btec Diploma in Engineering and have previously studied AS Mechanical Maths, AS English Literature and AS Psychology (as I am starting over year 12 to do different subjects).

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Studying with a baby isn’t as easy as some make it out to be, but it is doable. I’m a young momma of one, a little boy who was 8 weeks old when I started studying my full time bachelors degree. At first many people told me that I wouldn’t be able to do it, I’d fail classes and most of all I’d be leaving my baby with someone who I didn’t know. Well, at least one of those was true.

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