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Many students at some point in high school have procrastinated in starting their homework, completing a project, or studying for a test. Procrastination is also common among college students. You probably know what you should be doing but you just don’t want to do it. It’s easy to put off hard or time-consuming assignments until the very last minute, but if you do, you then may have to pull a stress-induced all-nighter. Here are some tips to avoid procrastination. 1. GET ORGANIZED You are more likely to procrastinate if you don’t have a set plan or idea for completing your work. Investing in a planner is a good idea. Start keeping track of all your assignments and their due dates. When you're organized, it gives you a more orderly and measured framework within which to work. 2. ELIMINATE DISTRACTIONS  Getting rid of distractions is another tip to avoid procrastination. By limiting the number of distractions around you, you're more likely to get done what you need to do. Shut yo

15 Rules for Productivity in Study & Work

Rules for Productivity in Study & Work  Rule No 1. Sleeping Time: Sleeping Time must be 7-8hrs, Now a days we have disturbed our sleeping cycle in this period of Covid. So to make a proper SleepCycle you have to sleep on a Daily Fixed time & wake up at the daily fixed time so, that you can make a Proper sleep cycle you should take sleep of 6-8hrs of sleep. Rule No 2. 1st Hour of Day: You Make sure to avoid all the distractions from the devices like social media etc. you spend this 1 hour with yourself by doing some kind of exercise, yoga, Meditation & Reading the Self-help book. sitting In front of the sun or the proper sunlight while having one cup of black/ green tea or coffee. Rule No 3. Eat that frog first. It Means if the first thing you do in the morning is to eat a live frog, you can go through the rest of the day knowing the worst is behind you . Your frog is your worst task, and you should do it first thing in the morning. Rule No 4. Make a long Term Road Map: Make