To be honest, I start getting distracted as early as the 1.5 or the 2 hour mark. It is hard to stay focused, but if I feel myself getting repeatedly distracted, then I find that it's best to take a break and not feel guilty about it. I'll take a short walk or check in on a loved one or grab a snack, and that break will help me focus better for another 1.5-2 houes than if I had just powered through. If you don't give yourself a break when you need it, not only will you be less productive than you could have been in the same amount of time, but you might even start to resent yourself and the work you're doing.
- How I can you focus on your study without getting distracted
- How do you apply it to real life after you study, and do you have any tips for organizing it separately?
- What do you guys use as an extra motivation for keeping up with your daily routines. Do you remind yourself of your “why” every day ? Or do you make something to visually remind yourself ? I struggle with keeping the routines for a complete week…
- How to balance time among multiple goals? Say university thesis, job hunting, and learning to code.
- How can I study while I feel tired
- How do I get consistent with reading?
- How long do you can learn by yourself not distracted?
- How to concentrate to study for 3/4 hours?
- What is best method to learn something ?
- how do u make time do more things while doing your regular activities and still be responsible?