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How to Organize a Comfortable Studying Place at Home

Are you experiencing troubles studying? Do you constantly focus on the TV or social media instead of the book you have to review? The study environment is a key factor to successful learning, and without paying attention to improving your studying place, you will reduce your productivity to the very minimum.

'At the beginning of my journey as a writer, I found myself distracted by everything. My phone wouldn't stop ringing with notifications, the noise outside was terrible, and I just kept finding myself watching anything that was on TV at the moment. It was then that I realized that in order to finish a task, you need to set the right environment.' – says Danielle Hearts, content writer at essaygeeks.co.uk.

Knowing all this, what can you do to make studying more productive? Here are the top 7 tips on creating the perfect study environment:

1. Find the Right Spot

Whether it is your own silent sanctuary in a home office, the coffee shop across the street, or the comfort of your own bed, you must find the right spot if you want to study better.  And it is not all about the location, but everything that surrounds you.

Turn your room or the office into a place where nothing bothers you, and you can study without problems. Recreate the space – look for some natural light, set the right temperature, get a comfortable chair, and even put on some music if you like.

It all comes down to the preferences of the learner. Try different things until you find the perfect learning spot for yourself.

2. Clean Up the Space

A clean room won't keep your mind occupied and overwhelmed, and we all know how disturbing a scattered desk can be when you are studying. Even if you are not a neat freak, all those little things tend to get in the way of your studying, aren't' they?

You may be putting cleaning aside because of tight deadlines or difficult subjects, but this is wrong. If you take a small amount of time to clean and organize the space you are studying in, you will find improvement in your productivity.

3. Eliminate the Distractions

The biggest culprit for killing off productivity is distractions. Most students find the living spaces distracting, and cannot stay focused on the materials in front of them.

At this point, you already know your preferences, so select the things you will keep on. If music relaxes you, turn it on. If it distracts you from studying, turn it off. And most importantly, turn of the common distractions such as the TV or social media.

4. Set a Schedule

As you move from one grade to another, from a lower academic institution to a higher one, you will be faced with a much bigger amount of obligations. The sooner you start organizing your time, the better you can learn.

Set a schedule for studying and stick to it. Try not to schedule over the time you have selected, unless you really have to.

5. Find the Best Time

Time is equally important as lighting, temperature and shutting off the distractions. Every student has a different prime time for studying, so the next step is to find yours.

When do you study best? Is it in the morning, or at night? There are certain hours in the day when you can do things faster and more effectively. Once you learn when your prime time is, schedule your studying during that period of the day.

6. Schedule Breaks

This is the second schedule you should make when studying, and it is equally important to stick to it. Breaks keep the mind working and without them, you won't be able to learn everything in time.

Focus on the task in hand and schedule breaks only when you feel like you need one. These breaks don't have to be long at all, so it does not matter if you need a break every hour or twice an hour. Just take 5 minutes to drink some tea or walk the dog, and get back to learning.

7. Keep the Good Attitude

All these things may sound hard to do, but they are actually not hard at all. Organizing the time and space will only help your studying, not make it harder. All you need is some good attitude.

If you are strong and committed to making the studying easier, you can achieve everything within even the shortest deadlines. It is just a matter of good self-discipline.

These strategies can help every student transform a bad study environment into a productive one. Start implementing them today and you will boost your productivity in no time!

Author Bio:

Chris Richardson is a blogger from UK. He loves to organize his working space. He is fond of active sports and long trips. Meet him on Twitter and Google+.

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