The struggle to concentrate

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I'm finding it so difficult to study these days. I don't know what it is, but...I'm strugglinggggg. What to do I've been considering downloading some form of time tracking app to manage my time cos I'm struggling. Does anyone have any tips that could help?
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try switching ur phone off
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try switching ur phone off
Thanks for your suggestion...I've tried that, but it didn't last. I have an online store, so I keep getting messages from clients. I'm actually looking for a way to divide my time. I don't want one to suffer because of the other.
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Thanks for your suggestion...I've tried that, but it didn't last. I have an online store, so I keep getting messages from clients. I'm actually looking for a way to divide my time. I don't want one to suffer because of the other.
Most of the sources, study materials I need for my essays etc can be downloaded . Why not see if you can do the same then after download disconnect the internet . No internet no messages
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Most of the sources, study materials I need for my essays etc can be downloaded . Why not see if you can do the same then after download disconnect the internet . No internet no messages
Thanks, I'll give that a try.
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(Original post by janeking12)
I'm finding it so difficult to study these days. I don't know what it is, but...I'm strugglinggggg. What to do I've been considering downloading some form of time tracking app to manage my time cos I'm struggling. Does anyone have any tips that could help?
I think Forest is a popular app to use.
Personally, I like to utilise the pomodoro method
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I think Forest is a popular app to use.
Personally, I like to utilise the pomodoro method
Forest ha...okay. I'll check it out. I've heard about this Pomodoro method, but I haven't bothered to give it a try. Maybe it's time I did. Thanks
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Forest ha...okay. I'll check it out. I've heard about this Pomodoro method, but I haven't bothered to give it a try. Maybe it's time I did. Thanks
Yep, even I ignored for some time but it definitely works better than it sounds
No worries
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Thanks for your suggestion...I've tried that, but it didn't last. I have an online store, so I keep getting messages from clients. I'm actually looking for a way to divide my time. I don't want one to suffer because of the other.
try taking a time lapse of you studying
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Hi there,

I just thought I’d reach out to you and let you know that you’re not alone – it’s so incredibly common to be feeling like this.
I use the app Forest, which is really good! It plants a tree whilst you are studying, so by the end of your study session you’ll have a little virtual tree. I like to put 25 minute sessions on the timer, and give myself a 5 minute break after that’s done. This also helps with my concentration!

Good luck!

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Hi there,

I just thought I’d reach out to you and let you know that you’re not alone – it’s so incredibly common to be feeling like this.
I use the app Forest, which is really good! It plants a tree whilst you are studying, so by the end of your study session you’ll have a little virtual tree. I like to put 25 minute sessions on the timer, and give myself a 5 minute break after that’s done. This also helps with my concentration!

Good luck!

Ana
University of Liverpool Rep.
Oh, I really appreciate this. Thank you so much.
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