How To Manage Love and Studies [3]

If you are a student and you are in love or in a romantic relationship, as if you are in cloud nine and nothing matters except that special someone of yours. Your education is the one that gets mostly affected or it’s the other way around, your love one is taken for granted because you’re too focused on your studies and you don’t give time for love.

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Thinking wisely with a heart is the best solution so that neither love nor your education will suffer. If you are starting your college life, it would be good to do some planning. Yes, planning! In life, if you plan ahead of time you get better results. It’s about keeping all in balance. You don’t need to choose between love and study because you can balance them. Love should not be an obstacle to your studies and your studies should not be an obstacle to your love life. How? Well, here are some simple tips that you can do to make things in its proper places:

9. Make studying a new habit: 

Our brains are designed to make rapid associations between external circumstances and internal thought processes. This means that, with the right approach, it can be surprisingly easy to develop positive new habits and behavioural patterns. Set aside a certain time of the day or week for study and do your best to stick to it. There will probably be times when you’re unable to stick to the schedule, but even aiming for an 80% success rate will be beneficial to your overall progress.

10. Set realistic targets :

Our levels of motivation are highest when we first start a course but can wane slightly over time. While it’s great to have the best of intentions when setting study goals, creating unrealistic targets can lead to frustration and a decline in enthusiasm. Be honest with yourself about how much time you’re willing and able to invest in this area of your life. If you have a busy job or a family to care for then these commitments need to be taken into account.

11. The little things:

When you have learned how to manage relationship and studies, you realise that it is more important that you spend time together than how you spend time. Try innovative ideas that will make your day.

12. Make time for yourself (and others)
Finally, don’t let your studies take over your life! It’s essential to keep some time aside for rest and relaxation, so you don’t get stressed and your family and friends still get to enjoy your company. The good news is that your brain continues processing information when you’re thinking about other things, so you won’t be losing out by taking a well deserved break.


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