A while ago, my friend Thomas, @thomstudies, published an article on his Tumblr with 5 videos on YouTube that motivated him. I got inspired by this idea and wanted to do my own version of it because I too like to watch a couple of videos on YouTube to give me some extra motivation. Without further ado, let’s get into it.

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Hi there, I hope you are doing well. I am sorry for being absent last week but I hope I can make things alright by writing this article with tips for you guys! This article contains some of my personal tips to combine school with your love life.

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A couple of years ago I was a carefree student. I had to go to school by bike (around 15 minutes of traveling), I didn’t have a lot of work from school, I didn’t have a boyfriend, I had a good social life, and I didn’t have a job.
Now, my life looks a lot more different than it looked back then. I have to travel for 2 hours to go to school, I have a lot to study as a law student, I have a boyfriend who I love to see, I still have a social life and I have a full time job: my company Ways To Study. A couple of you were wondering how I combine school with other activities like my job without getting behind on school so I am going to give you a couple of tips on how to stay on top of school with a busy schedule.

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In order to focus on your work, it is very important to keep all kinds of distractions away from you. There are two different kinds of distractions: the things that happen inside of you and the things that are outside of you. I think many students get distracted by their phones. More specifically: social media like Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Snapchat, YouTube and WhatsApp.
In this article I am going to give you a couple of tips to stop being distracted by your phone so you can focus on your work more easily.

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Hey everyone! I get a lot of questions from students who have difficulties with doing their homework and start studying after school. I think every student out there has once been in this situation where you are enthusiastically making plans in your mind of all the things you are going to do as soon as you are home and once you are home you are just going to chill on your bed or couch and suddenly it’s way past bed time and you didn’t do the things you wanted to do. When I was in high school, I used to do this all the time and I always felt so bad if I had to rush to study everything for my tests the next day. I came up with something that has helped me a lot to stop this from happening. It’s a really easy tip that I explain in this video:

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