Motivation loss over the Christmas and New Year holidays is a side effect of the end of the year. Come January, fishing out the motivation for those forgotten life and academic skills can feel like a storm in a teacup.
There are, however, a few tricks to bring out the sunshine and achieve the highest attainment possible when working on these responsibilities…
Want to start the year academically fresh? Organisation is key.
Not many students have the privilege to be naturally organised. So, here are a few tips to inspire you to do more work by improving your efficiency:
There is no doubt that eating good foods makes you feel good, ‘You are what you eat’ after all.
The daily stress of Uni work can sometimes make you forget to eat three balanced meals a day, which in turn can later lead to unhealthy habits, over-consumption and weight gain.
A weekly release of endorphins, makes anyone feel, and look better!
Research has shown a direct correlation between exercise and success. The hormones released when you work out can increase work performance, happiness, time management and mental sharpness! What’s more motivating than feeling amazing?
Whether it’s listening or playing music, strolling along the Quayside, having a milkshake at the Great British Cupcakery, reading in Waterstones or a cheeky shopping trip to the Metrocentre… remember to regularly do what makes you happy, as this is likely to be your main source of inspiration!
Learning to self-motivate and inspire yourself during stressful times is one of the greatest learning outcomes of being a University Student. Remember – You Can Do It!