Any site can be good to study, especially if it motivates you and helps you to perform better.
Changing your study spaces can help you improve your concentration and encourage your creativity.
Natural light, and a walk between readings, will relax your body and mind during exam times.
There are many teaching and learning methods, but the important thing is to find the one that best suits your way of being and your needs. Therefore, an outdoor space, perhaps, can help you in some stages of your study.
You can think that everything is distractions and noises, but you can also find a “hiding place” to help you relax and feel comfortable. If you are still not very convinced, here are some advantages of studying outdoors:
Fresh air and natural light
That you are in time of exams does not mean that you should be enclosed between four walls and give up more relaxed and pleasant environments. On the contrary, going out and enjoying outdoor spaces will motivate you to continue striving.
At a psychic and health level, enjoying the fresh air will benefit you; and not to mention natural light, the most beneficial to the eye.
Take advantage of a sunny day and create your study space in a quiet park or garden. Of course, try to go alone to avoid discussing everything that happens with your colleagues.
Walks and let the mind wander
If you are not convinced by the idea of studying outside of your study room or library, we propose another alternative:
Finish your study day half an hour early and use this last time of the day to walk around and let your mind be distracted.
You may think it is a waste of time, but it is really a time well invested. During your walk you can do a mental review of what you have seen during the day, think about doubts that you should solve before the exam and things that you need to review.
Enjoy a relaxed atmosphere
A relaxed reading in a bank can be much more effective than thousands of hours sitting at your desk.
If you are one of the students who prepare study cards: what better time to consult and review them quietly?
Getting out of the routine, doing different things and visiting new sites are simple activities that expand your mind and help you innovate.
If you do not find the perfect approach to a job, or how to express the ideas you have been working on: go out and observe.
As Picasso said: “Inspiration exists, you just have to find yourself working”.
Studying does not have to be synonymous with confinement and seclusion. Enjoy your training time to discover which environments inspire you the most. Perhaps, in one of these moments, your future vocation will arise.
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