1. Try and get into a routine
Getting organised can help you see where you need to be, what you need to be doing and when you need to be doing it.
2. Be prepared
Find out what you need for things in advance and make sure you remember it.
3. Use a notebook or a diary to jot down any important details
Things like meetings, appointments and phone numbers which you might be likely to forget.
4. Find a nice, quiet place to do your homework
Fewer distractions will mean better concentration and leave you more time for things that are a bit more fun!
5. Take breaks from homework and have a stretch or a walk around
6. Ask for help
Whether it be from a teacher, a family member or even a friend, asking for some guidance can really help.
7. Set yourself goals
They can be small or big but either way when you reach them you will feel good about yourself.
8. Exercise regularly
Exercising can help relieve stress and tensions as well as keeping you fit and healthy.
9. Break down big tasks into smaller chunks that you can complete gradually
10. Use sticky notes to remind yourself of things you need to remember
Put them up where you are likely to see them.
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