Studying can be extremely boring; it can be an act of learning, or an act of trying to acquire knowledge in various ways. Although most people dislike the act of studying as it gets their brains to work 24/7, studying can turn into an exciting hobby, an entertaining and time-wise activity to keep the body and mind active. Surprisingly, it is found that those who study by themselves find studying difficult and somewhat harder than when it is done along with an individual who teaches or guides them throughout the lesson. Studying alone requires a strong will. While learners will not only need to cope up with stress, they are greatly affected by the surroundings and what happens around them that latches the attention away from books and learning resources. Learners are often distracted by the out-of-classroom surroundings, and are aware of the objects and activities they can do out of classroom. This is why homeschoolers find it hard to concentrate or study on their own.
Every time you find it hard to read or get sleepy within two minutes of analyzing texts, get up from the chair, do a simple stretch and tell yourself this: “You can do it, and you are by far great”. Although easier than said, the body and the mind works together like a pulley and a wheel. If the mind has its goal set and is positive to go through all the hard work, the body quickly becomes physically ready for anything. As long as you have the will and the power to study, nothing can stop you from doing so (not even the sleepy eyelids).
Music can be distracting especially when it is played while reading or writing. However, to most people, listening to instrumentals or classic songs not only boosts the ability to concentrate, but will also lead to mental relaxation. Studies have shown that songs composed in the Classical and the Baroque period, in which were composed by Mozart and Bach, aid students in their studies.
Creating a personal schedule definitely helps homeschoolers or those who are looking for ways to study by themselves. Add necessary information on a personalized schedule, include the subjects/topics, time of the day, goals, and other motivation quotes to remind yourself and keep being motivated like a professional. Drawings, doodles, and colors can help make the schedule more creative and pleasant to look at; the trick is to never make a serious-looking, plain schedule or planner that makes you want to look away.