Finish the School Year Strong // Episode 37



Hola everyone! I hope you're having an amazing week! This week's video is about how to finish the school year strong and still have fun! Let's be honest here, when May 1st comes, we're all ready to pack up and leave school for the next couple months, right? And yet, we have to stay for another month. (sigh) Well, I made this video to try and help you cope with that feeling, and still finish the school year strong and doing your best.

These tips can also apply to a job or really anything you want to finish strong, I'm just currently in school so that's what's on my mind.

Basically, in the video I gave you 5 tips that I'll write here, but if you want to hear me explain them and see them, be sure to check out the video!


1) P L A N O U T Y O U R S C H E D U L E

I personally love to plan things, and I don't know why but organization just makes me sooo happy. If you can get a syllabus from your teacher or teachers and then write down every due date, project, and trip that there is left it should reH ally help you to visualize what you have left to do and prepare for.


2) H E A L T H Y L I F E S T Y L E

Honestly, just having a healthy lifestyle (and by that I mean sleep) can help your mood and mindset so much! First and foremost, SLEEP. I promise you, any essay done at 2AM is NOT going to be your best work, and chances are that your teacher's going to notice that too.

Working out is also a great way to keep your mood up because even if you didn't actually accomplish anything else on any given day, if you worked out, you'll feel like you did something worth while. (which you did!)

Lastly, eating healthy is also very important because to need to fuel the grind! If you're going to be working hard and giving the end of the school year everything you've got, you're going to want to have the energy to do so.


3) S E T A S T U D Y S C H E D U L E

Having a specific way to do homework or studying is very important, because if you're just randomly checking things off of your to do list without actually thinking about what you have left, that's not good. Do the easy and quick stuff first so that you already feel productive and you can leave the big stuff, like a studying for a big test or doing a project, for last and you can take as much time as you need for those. Also, decide in advance how far in advance you're going to work on a project or study so you're not just cramming the night before.

Possibly most importantly, take time to relax and have some time to yourself. The last thing you want to do is get burnt out, and constantly working and never relaxing is a great way to burn yourself out.


4) M A K E W O R K I N G I N T E R E S T I N G

Honestly, I get soooo bored just staring at a page of notes, so I always try to find a way to make studying more interesting and not quite as boring. Maybe listen to relaxing music if you can still concentrate, or have a summery (if that's a word?) snack or some lemonade. Anything to keep your energy up and you feeling motivated.


5) H A V E A P O S I T I V E M I N D S E T

This is SO important! Being positive about your work and yourself is incredibly important if you want to do well and finish the school year strong. I find that looking up positive quotes on Pinterest is a great way to get in that motivational mindset, and just surround yourself with positivity and things that make you motivated. You got this!


I hope these helped you and if they did I would seriously suggest checking out this week's video! Enjoy! :)


Episode 37: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=txsG_q0vcxA

My Channel: (Edith Noble) https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCnXXLYRl1ImCPHpCqeFdilg?view_as=subscriber




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