5 THINGS STUDYBLRS HAVE TAUGHT ME

Hey everyone!

I've had a studyblr for almost a year now. Although I don't go on often, I have learned more about studying and learning than I ever have before. From different ways to studying various subjects to learning how to be okay with failing, I never thought having a studyblr would impact the way I study and how I approach projects. Here's what I learned from studyblrs.


Failure is okay // It's not the end of the world if you fail. Sometimes you have to fail to realize that something isn't good for you or you need to change the way you approach a problem.

It's not about having the prettiest pictures or stationery, it's about learning // The studyblr community can be stressful. There are a lot people who post pretty study pictures and have the prettiest stationery, and it can create jealously or inferiority. However, the goal of having a studyblr isn't to have nice looking notes or pens. It's about bettering yourself and getting to where you want to be. It's not a requirement to have pretty notes, and it's important to remember that pretty notes doesn't equal good grades.

Mental health is important // Studying is stressful. Practically everyone knows this. It can lead to a lot of mental break downs and tears which is why looking out for yourself is at the top of the list in making sure you have good grades. If you're not in a good place mentally, it can affect you physically and can cause you unneeded stress.

Find the right way to study for you // There are many different ways to study so why should you follow one way when it doesn't work for you? Through the years, I've found that audio is one of the best ways for me to retain information while being more physical helps me learn how to do make or do something.

Take breaks between study sessions // It's a lot easier to retain information if you take a break between each topic or concept. However, taking a break on social media or other sites might not be a good idea. They're created to suck up as much as your time as possible which makes it harder to get back to work. I recommend stretching, eat a small snack, or write.

Having a studyblr has helped tremendously with learning more about myself and how I study. I love going through masterposts since they have a wealth of information in one spot. I definitely recommend going through the studyblr tag to get inspired to study.

Do you have a studyblr? What have you learned about your study habits?

Thanks for reading!





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