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5 Ways to Trick Your Brain Into Beating Procrastination

5 Ways to Trick Your Brain Into Beating Procrastination

Having trouble focusing on your homework? Check out these helpful tips from San Diego tutor Natalie S... Procrastination. We’re all guilty of it, and we’ve all experienced moments where we’d rather be doing anything but the actual task in front of us. Sometimes an assignment seems so daunting that it’s much easier to pretend it doesn't even exist. But the fact is we all have commitments and due dates to deliver on, and procrastinating just makes it more difficult to reach our goals. Check out … Read More

5 Ways to Trick Your Brain Into Beating Procrastination
Having trouble focusing on your homework? Check out these helpful tips from San Diego tutor Natalie S... Procrastination. We’re all guilty of it, and we’ve all experienced moments where we’d rather be doing anything but the actual task in front of us. Sometimes an assignment seems so daunting that it’s much easier to pretend it doesn't even exist. But the fact is we all have commitments and due dates to deliver on, and procrastinating just makes it more difficult to reach our goals. Check out
8 Goof-Proof Ways to Beat Writer's Block
Ahhhh, writer’s block… That lovely occurrence when your train of thought derails, leaving you unable to form a cohesive thought, let alone a cohesive sentence. The belief that every syllable you manage to dredge forth and peck into your laptop is utter garbage. The fear that your brain may start oozing out of your ear from the strain of trying to latch onto a single, legitimate concept. So what should you do when you just get stuck? Do you know how to improve your writing skills? Find inspiratio
Your SAT Study Plan for the Summer
It might be summer, but that doesn't give you an excuse to slack off if you're gearing up for applying for college this Fall! Here are some tips for staying sharp this summer from online tutor Natalie S... It is finally summer! The school year is over, and suddenly you have tons of free time to kick back and hang out. Consider taking just a small portion of that time each day and allotting it to an SAT study plan. It may not initially sound like an appealing way to spend your summer, howe
The Revised SAT: What High School Students Need to Know
High school students can say "goodbye" to the SAT - the old version that is. Starting in March 2016, The College Board will introduce a redesigned SAT for students gearing up for college. So what do you need to know? The biggest difference to note is the essay portion at the end of the test. This will be an optional, timed, 50-minute essay depending on whether or not the school you are applying to requires it completed. The essay will focus on the assessment of your skills in developing a
What Types of Creative Writing Prompts Work Best for Kids?
Kids who love to write may be off and running once the pen hits their hand, but other children might not feel comfortable writing unless given a few creative writing prompts. Creative prompts encourage imagination and provide a jumping off point for journal entries and stories. Even children who love to write may find it easier to work from a prompt because it gives them an area of focus - and it's fun! As a parent, one of the best ways to encourage your child's love of the written word is to pr

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