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The end is near – 10 ways to stay motivated


             The end is near; currently seniors are struggling, and senioritis is at an all time peak. Also the fact that state and AP tests are happening this month means that everyone is burnt out. But do not worry, I am here to help you by showing you some tips to help work and keep motivated and ways to help with procrastination during this unmotivating time.

1. Set Achievable Goals

  • Break down your tasks into smaller, manageable goals.
  • Celebrate small victories along the way to keep yourself motivated.

2. Create a Colorful Schedule

  • Use colorful markers or stickers to make your study schedule visually appealing.
  • A vibrant schedule can make studying feel less daunting and more enjoyable.

3. Find a Study Buddy

  • Team up with a friend to keep each other accountable.
  • Studying with a buddy can make the process more fun and engaging.

4. Reward Yourself

  • Treat yourself to small rewards after completing tasks.
  • Whether it’s a snack, a short break, or a fun activity, rewards can keep you motivated.

5. Stay Active

  • Take short breaks to stretch or go for a quick walk.
  • Physical activity can boost your energy levels and help you stay focused.

6. Visualize Success

  • Imagine yourself achieving your goals and how great it will feel.
  • Visualization can help you stay motivated and push through challenges.

7. Embrace Positivity

  • Surround yourself with positive affirmations and quotes.
  • A positive mindset can work wonders in keeping you motivated and focused.

8. Mix Things Up

  • Change your study environment to keep things fresh.
  • Trying new study spots can help prevent boredom and procrastination.

9. Stay Organized

  • Keep your study space tidy and organized.
  • An organized space can help clear your mind and improve focus.

10. Take Breaks Wisely

  • Schedule regular breaks to prevent burnout.
  • Breaks can help you recharge and come back to your tasks with renewed energy.

Remember, it’s normal to feel the end-of-school-year blues, but with these tips, you can stay motivated, beat procrastination, and finish the year strong.

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