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Ways To Focus When Studying Outdoors

If you’re a student this summer, and having to study, then doing so indoors when it’s beautiful outdoors is never a pleasant feeling. Here are a few short, but sweet, ways to focus when studying outdoors. They are brought to you by Jeremy Teel for American Intercontinental University.

Ways To Focus When Studying Outdoors

Ways To Focus When Studying OutdoorsSit in a shady, peaceful place. Sitting in a shady spot can be relaxing. Your mind can better absorb information when it is relaxed, so find a shady, quiet place. Outdoor activities and noises can be distracting. You can be more likely to stay focused if those tempting distractions aren’t nearby.

Define goals and set up a schedule. If you find yourself drifting from your studies, create specific goals before you start. Goals can keep you motivated and moving forward while you work. To help meet your goals, allot periods of time for specific tasks. Keeping track of the time can help you maintain a good work pace and complete the necessary tasks.

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If you can think of more ways to focus when studying outdoors then please share them below and of course, share these tips too. I can remember having to study in the summer and it was painful doing so indoors when it was so inviting to be outside. When I did attempt to study outside, it was in my back garden in the sun, when I couldn’t read as the glare was unbearable and I’d have perspiration running down my forehead. Shade is a much better option, wish I’d thought of that!


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