Exhausted from my first day back at work. The grind begins again… also worried about my third assignment, on correlational and experimental research design. I never realized how hard it is to set up an experiment 🙈
It’s pretty late and I studying things that will help me boost my career in the direction I want.
Completed one chapter of my online course and took the test. Needed 80% to pass. Got 60% in my first two attempts and 100% in my final(3rd) attempt.
How did it help me? Well, first off, I am very scared when it comes to quizzes, tests or exams. But, taking this test 3 times helped me calm down a lot. Also, when I got 60% the first two times, I understand key concepts that I didn’t before. Like, if someone asked me to explain my learning to them, now, I can do it confidentially. I could even clear doubts now.
Face your fears. Always solve a few older papers before you take up any test pertaining to that subject. It helps you calm down and familiarise with that subject. It also helps you grasp a few concepts if you missed out any.
All that being said, I am lagging behind in the online course because I registered late and haven’t met the deadlines of week 1. Time to hustle.
06.01.2020 | it’s been only a couple days, and i’m now at 300 followers !! thank you all so much !!!!!
i have a bunch of work to complete today but i am absolutely out of motivation :( with the recent events going on in the world and my current mental state, it’s difficult to get myself to sit down and concentrate on array generics and stack ADT.
i’m going to try working out and cleaning up my study space this morning and see if that gets me in the right headspace. i hope you are all having a wonderful day <3 stay safe and healthy, much love ✨💞
i’m also leaving a to-do list here for myself today:
don’t overwork yourself. working hard and getting great results is satisfying but working too hard will lead u to drown yourself. take a breath and take time to explore things outside of studying and school. if u swim without taking a breath, ur more likely to drown. take breaks and don’t expect to be at 100% EVERY SINGLE DAY because its not realistic. stay safe and take care
i’d love to compile a list of strategies people use to combat executive dysfunction into a single resource/masterlist for people.
if you have executive dysfunction: do you think this idea would be helpful for you or others? if so, what format should it be in (masterpost, google spreadsheet, etc)? lmk!!
if you have tips to share, please reply or add to this post, or message me with things that sometimes help you, and I’ll compile them for a one-stop-shop for people (and, if you want, will include your url for people to reach out to you).