More than studying for long, I find it better to study and also revise in small chunks.
– set short breaks after 45 min of study, putting your phone away
– it can seem strange but you can put your phone in front of you and record yourself (doing a time-lapse) while you’re studying. In that way you can’t use your phone and after you will have a record that allow to remember you how much you have done
• Spend less time on socials by disciplining yourself.
• Prepare a study schedule for a week or a minimum of 5 days. STICK TO IT.
• Reward yourself after study sessions. It keeps your spirit up.
• Set short-term and Long-term goalsin studies. It helps to get some motivation.
• Try taking an online quiz or questionnaire related to your subject.
• Sleep well
• Eat well, don't eat heavy before studying, because you will easily get distracted by falling asleep.
• Take breaks while studying.
• FOCUS !!!
Make sure that the work you're doing is in a creative way which reflects your personality. Ofc in quarantine none of us actually have any homework that hasn't has to be done on screens but what you can do is, keep your phone in a drawer and set a timer to study. When you're done you can reward yourself with screentime. Hope it helps
– Use Fabulous app
– Study in one space of time in every day (i always study in 20h – 21h30)
Sometimes music helps me a lot. About screen time I just trie to don't open social:)
Currently I use my screen a lot because of online studying. But I keep my device on Blue Light off mode so that the screens don't badly affect my eyes.
Study in a place with no distractions.
Take short breaks when you feel tired. This helps boost the brain.
In the break, don't go on some gadget. Instead read a book or draw. Do something that rejuvenates and relaxes your brain.
Find a study technique that works for you. Eg- flashcards, pomodoro, etc.
Set a fixed time for studying and study diligently during that time.
Study with your teacher. Study and learn the matter that is taught on the same day. This helps you work with the teacher and by the time examinations come, you will have learnt everything.
Don't procrastinate on homework and assignments. Finish it on the same day you get it. This helps you to get on top of your work and worry less.
Don't do just one subject in one day. Do small portions of different subjects everyday. This will keep your brain from getting fatigued.
Have a proper schedule and routine for everyday.
Make a to do list for the day. Go fromthe hardest thing to the easiest.
Hope this has helped. Study well!!
When you have a break don’t use it for the devices otherwise you will find yourself there for longer than expected
Don't just immediately stop using coz ofc we r humans we need time to make a change.. So day by day once ur goal of the day is finished set few min or hours for the social medias… And day by day u just minimise the timings and u will be good to go… Remember don't touch the phones or laptop until ur goal of the day is done
To reduce using screens in general I recommend setting a time a day during that you’re allowed to binge use them. When it’s not the time for using screens, there should be another hobby to keep yourself busy. I like reading, running or bullet journaling.
2- of you still can’t leave your phone, you should leave it far from the place of study
3- Start by reducing the time you spend on social media during your day, it’s not a good habit
I also find it useful to have my space clean, and decluttered.
If I also plan the rest of my day, it's easier for me to focus on studying instead of "things I have to do" because I already took them into consideration.
For tv I recommend 1-2 hrs a day because movies are usally that long and you would be able to watch the news too if you want.
Try not to get too caught up in anything also set reminders from this app to remind you to get off your phone or do tasks.
If you are 18+ and or in college if you are going online school, do online school but also save at least 2 hrs a day to do things for yourself.
I also recommend getting a pet like a guinea pig, rat, or an insect if you are interested in those types of things.
Pets are a great way to unwind and unplug.
Ever since I got guinea pigs (they seem like a child’s pet but they really aren’t!) I have been so entertained and also they wheek for me to feed them almost every 2 hrs if I’m in my bedroom so I recommend getting a pet that needs quite a bit of attention or that you find extremely interesting.
Try drawing with watercolour or buy some colouring books.
There is always a way, and if this doesn’t work than that’s ok too. You may have your own that you have yet to find…btw…I’m 14 and screens have always been a problem in my life, but using these methods I have used it has helped me get off my phone and spend more time with family.
And as I said before,after you study for a long period – reward yourself by watching videos in phone
So finally – you can study for a long time and reduce screen time