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Study-life balance and work-life balance are phrases that are thrown around a lot, with many of us wanting to achieve this holy grail of perfect balance between all our responsibilities.
But how realistic is it? How often do we achieve the kind of study-life balance where everything runs smoothly and you feel at peace with your to do list and progress? Is this even possible?
In this episode, I dive into the misconceptions around study-life balance and walk you through what you need to do to feel more balanced in your university studies.
Using real-life examples, I share 5 strategies to help you implement these ideas so you can achieve and maintain a healthy study-life balance. You’ll learn how to prioritise your study tasks as well as your commitments in your work, home and personal life so as to make more progress, achieve better grades AND feel a lot less stressed.
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- Join the waitlist for my membership, The Kickbutt Students Club
- Sign up to my free resource library filled with printables, worksheets and mini-guides to help you uplevel your study skills, get more done in less time, and achieve higher grades.
- Grab a copy of my book – The Return to Study Handbook.
- If you’re a non-traditional student and you’d like my help to improve your skills and grades, click here to book a free call where we can chat about your study goals and come up with a plan to uplevel your skills.
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